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Small Business Committee Encourages Administration to Nominate Chief Counsel for Advocacy at the SBA

2017/08/03

WASHINGTON – Today, House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH) sent a letter to President Trump praising his Administration’s efforts to ease the regulatory burden on small businesses and encouraging him to nominate a Chief Counsel for Advocacy at the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) Office of Advocacy.

                                 

The Committee wrote, “To continue your progress in easing the regulatory burden on the economy, we urge you to nominate a Chief Counsel for Advocacy at the United States Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy (Office of Advocacy).  The Office of Advocacy is the “independent voice for small business within the federal government, the watchdog for the Regulatory Flexibility Act (RFA) and the source of small business statistics.”

 

 “The Office of Advocacy has already been assisting with regulatory reform by using its expertise to hold regional regulatory roundtables across the country to hear from small businesses facing regulatory burdens. These efforts would be enhanced if the Office of Advocacy had a Chief Counsel in place who could provide clear direction on regulatory reform and appoint regional advocates who will assist in outreach efforts out in the field,” the Committee concluded.

 

The Small Business Committee Majority signed the letter in support and the entire text of the letter can be found HERE.

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Chairman Chabot Attends White House Event to Celebrate the “American Dream”

2017/08/02

WASHINGTON – This week, Chairman Chabot attended the White House Event “The Engine of the American Dream” to celebrate American entrepreneurship and innovation. He attended with Melissa Wegman from the family-owned Wegman Company, which provides systems furniture reinstallation, based in Cincinnati, Ohio.  

“Since small businesses create two out of every three new private sector jobs, yesterday’s White House event reminds us that we should celebrate their achievements while continuing to do everything we can to help them succeed. We will continue to support small businesses in the Committee and I hope all Americans will support them in their local communities,” said Chairman Chabot.

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Chairman Chabot Commends EPA on Decision to Withdraw WOTUS Rule

2017/07/27

WASHINGTON – House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH) released the following statement after the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Army Corps of Engineers moved forward on a two-step process to repeal the “Waters of the United States" (WOTUS) Rule this week:

“One of our main focuses here at the Committee is to reduce unnecessary and often harmful government rules on small businesses. The WOTUS Rule, in particular, has been terrible for our nation’s small businesses. The rule has nothing to do with keeping water clean, but is more about expanding the federal government’s power. The EPA’s move this week is a great step in the right direction of making sure one less regulation hurts our small businesses and economy,” said Chairman Chabot.

The House Small Business Committee has held several hearings and sent multiple letters to the previous Administration about the WOTUS Rule. 

For more information, the Committee has put together a Regulatory Watch page to track regulatory proposals affecting small businesses that have been published in the Federal Register and are open for public comment. 

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GOP Chairman: Small Business Needs to Have a Voice in Tax Reform

2017/07/27

By: Naomi Jagoda
July 25, 2017

House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) said that it’s important for tax-reform discussions to consider how small-businesses operate.

“I believe that it is imperative for small businesses to have a seat at the table and a voice in the largest tax reform effort in 31 years,” Chabot said in a statement Tuesday.

In a letter dated Monday, Chabot outlined various small business-related issues that should be considered in tax-reform conversations. The letter was addressed to Rep. Peter Roskam (R-Ill.), chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee’s tax-policy committee, and follows a hearing Roskam's panel held earlier this month on tax reform and small businesses.

“As the House Ways and Means Committee continues to discuss tax reform, I know you will keep small businesses at the forefront of the conversation, because when small businesses are growing and expanding, so does the economy,” Chabot wrote.

Chabot said that tax-reform discussions should recognize that small businesses might not break even or turn a profit until they have been operating for a number of years.

“The treatment of net operating losses in the tax code presents problems for young small businesses,” he wrote. “Any tax reform discussion should be mindful of how a small business, that may take years to grow and expand, might be impacted by the treatment of business losses.”

Chabot also said that the current complexity of the tax rules on deducting business investments prevents small businesses from expanding.

In tax-reform discussions, “certainty and clarity should be front and center as talks surrounding depreciation are considered,” Chabot wrote.

The Small Business Committee chairman added that tax-reform discussions need to involve looking at “pass-through” businesses whose income is taxed through the individual code. Chabot said that the “overwhelming majority” of businesses are pass-throughs.

The tax plans from the White House and House Republicans both call for lowering the top tax rate for pass-through businesses. But policymakers also have to figure out how to prevent wealthy individuals from exploiting that lower rate to avoid taxes.

White House National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn said last month that the “toughest issues” policymakers are dealing with on tax reform concern pass-throughs.

Read the original article HERE.

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Protecting Small Businesses from Cyber Attacks: the Cybersecurity Insurance Option

2017/07/26



The Committee on Small Business will meet for a hearing titled, “Protecting Small Businesses from Cyber Attacks: the Cybersecurity Insurance Option.” The hearing is scheduled to begin at 11:00 A.M. on Wednesday, July 26, 2017 in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office
Building.

The hearing will examine how cybersecurity insurance solutions can help small businesses recover from a cyber attack. Additionally, the hearing will examine the challenges small businesses face in selecting a cybersecurity insurance policy and the hurdles insurers must overcome to offer viable and comprehensive cybersecurity insurance solutions.


Attachments

1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List
3. Hearing Memo
4. Opening Statement

Witnesses 

Mr. Robert Luft
President
SureFire Innovations
Cincinnati, Ohio
Testimony
Disclosure

Ms. Erica Davis
Senior Vice President, Head of Specialty Products Errors & Omissions
Zurich Insurance, North America
Washington, DC
*Testifying on behalf of the American Insurance Association
Testimony
Disclosure

Mr. Eric Cernak
Vice President, Cyber Risk Practice Leader
Munich Re U.S.
Hartford, CT
*Testifying on behalf of the Reinsurance Association of America (RAA) and the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI)
Testimony
Disclosure

Mr. Daimon Geopfert
National Leader and Principal, Security and Privacy Consulting
Risk Advisory Services
Southfield, MI 
Testimony
Disclosure



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Do Small Businesses Need Insurance for Cyber Attacks?

2017/07/26

WASHINGTON – Today, the House Committee on Small Business heard from a panel of experts on how cybersecurity insurance solutions can help small businesses recover from a cyber attack. They also took a closer look at the challenges small businesses may face in selecting a cybersecurity insurance policy and how insurers can make it a more affordable option for small companies trying to grow and protect themselves. 

“One case in particular that stands out is the story of a small business owner who testified before this Committee last year. He owned an indoor go-carting facility in Maine and had a number of employees and families that depended on him. He told the Committee how he was struck by a phishing scam—he logged onto his bank account and to his utter disbelief, his balance was zero. This happened on a payday no less,” said House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH).

“In our Committee’s efforts to spotlight these serious and growing threats, it has become clear that need to think outside of the box as we work to thwart cyber attacks,” added Chairman Chabot.

“The statistics show that there is a sufficient amount of work to be done on part of small companies and their operational strategies. Sixty-five percent of small businesses reported that they do not strictly enforce their password policy; this is the largest gateway for potential breaches. It is imperative that we, as small business owners, fully enforce the most intrusive method of sabotaging our networks, and therefore our business,” said Robert Luft, President, SureFire Innovations in Cincinnati, OH.

 “The role of insurance is continuously increasing as customers are now seeking industry feedback and risk insights. It has become more of a partnership, with businesses focusing on not just what happens post-breach and a loss being paid. They value having a stable of pre-vetted vendors available to them if they are impacted by a data or security event. They are also focusing more on pre-breach services to guide them through risk mitigation tools like technology assessments,” said Erica Davis, Senior Vice President, Head of Specialty Products Errors & Omissions of Zurich Insurance in Washington, D.C.

“The number one reason [that small businesses did not purchase cyber insurance] given was that they claimed they did not need it. The second was the expense of coverage, and the third was that the process was too complicated and confusing. These results suggest that education is key to increasing the take-up rate of cyber insurance by small businesses, particularly given that 86% of the respondents stated that they store Personally Identifying or Personal Health Information,” said Eric Cernak, Vice President of Cyber Risk Practice Leader of Munich Re U.S. in Hartford, CT.

You can view the full video of today’s hearing HERE and read the full witness testimony HERE.

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Chairman Chabot Applauds the Department of Labor Taking First Steps to Address Harmful Overtime Rule

2017/07/26

WASHINGTON – This week, the Department of Labor invited stakeholders to submit public comments on the overtime rule. The rule, put in place by the Department of Labor during the Obama Administration in May 2016, was delayed by a federal judge in December 2016. The public will have 60 days to comment whether the rule will have an adverse effect on low-wage regions and industries. 

House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH) released the following statement following this news:

“This week the Department of Labor is taking the first step in addressing this harmful rule. For several years the Committee has been very vocal about how the overtime rule will lead to job losses, lower wages and reduced benefits for millions of workers.  We look forward to continuing to work with the Administration to give small businesses relief from burdensome rules,” Said Chairman Chabot.

The Committee has held numerous hearings, roundtables, and sent letters highlighting the damage this rule will cause to small businesses and their employees.

For more information, the Committee has put together a Regulatory Watch page to track regulatory proposals affecting small businesses that have been published in the Federal Register and are open for public comment. 

 

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Chairman Chabot: Tax Reform is Critical for Small Businesses

2017/07/25

WASHINGTON –This week, House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot sent a letter to Chairman Peter Roskam, Chairman of the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Tax Policy following their hearing titled, “How Tax Reform Will Help America’s Small Businesses Grow and Create New Jobs.”

“I believe that it is imperative for small businesses to have a seat at the table and a voice in the largest tax reform effort in 31 years. As the House Ways and Means Committee continues to discuss tax reform, I know you will keep small businesses at the forefront of the conversation, because when small businesses are growing and expanding, so does the economy,” said Chairman Steve Chabot.

Click HERE to read the full text of Chairman Chabot’s letter to Subcommittee Chairman Peter Roskam.

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House Passes Small Business Committee Bills to Increase Access to Capital

2017/07/24

WASHINGTON – Today, the House passed three bipartisan House Small Business Committee Member bills to increase access to capital and improve the lending environment for our nation’s small businesses. All three bills were introduced by Members of the House Committee on Small Business and will move to the Senate for consideration.

“Access to capital continues to be a major problem for small business owners who want to start or grow their company. These three bills are another way the Small Business Committee has been working to help our nation’s job creators. I appreciate all of the hard work our Members have put into these common-sense pieces of legislation,” said House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH).

Below are the three bills passed by the House:

H.R. 2333, The Small Business Investment Opportunity Act, introduced by Contracting and Workforce Subcommittee Chairman Steve Knight (R-CA), to increase the individual leverage limit within the Small Business Investment Company program.

“Access to capital can be a serious barrier to growth for small businesses, and the SBIC program is an excellent way of making those funds available. This bill would expand the amount of capital available to the entrepreneurs in our community to help them grow their operations and hire more of our neighbors,” said Rep. Knight.

H.R. 2056, the Microloan Modernization Act, introduced by Contracting and Workforce Subcommittee Ranking Member Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-FL), to update and modernize the Microloan program to ensure it is running efficiently and appropriately for small businesses.

“I’m proud of the bipartisan progress we are making together to help small businesses grow, including those in central Florida. My microloans bill will help more entrepreneurs and small businesses get the capital they need to start and grow, especially women and minorities. As Ranking Member of the Contracting & Workforce Subcommittee, I’ll keep working in a bipartisan way to support our small businesses, create jobs, and strengthen our economy for all,” said Rep. Murphy.

H.R. 2364, The Investing in Main Street Act, introduced by House Small Business Committee Member Judy Chu (D-CA,) to increase the amount that financial institutions may invest in small business investment companies (SBICs).

“I’m so pleased that both Democrats and Republicans on our committee could come together today to help advance this important bill that will increase investment in our small businesses. Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, but I know, from talking to entrepreneurs in my district and around the country, that one of the greatest challenges to success is access to capital. That is what this bill will address, by letting banks or federal savings associations invest up to 15% of their holdings into SBICs,” said Rep. Chu.

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21st Century Medicine: How Telehealth Can Help Rural Communities

2017/07/20





The Committee on Small Business Subcommittees on Agriculture, Energy, and Trade and Health and Technology will meet for a joint hearing titled, “21st Century Medicine: How Telehealth Can Help Rural Communities.” The hearing is scheduled to begin at 10:00 A.M. on Thursday, July 20, 2017 in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building.  

The hearing will focus on the current utilization of telehealth services and how expansion of telehealth services could benefit small businesses and rural communities.

Attachments
1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List
3. Hearing Memo
4. GAO Report on Telehealth

Witnesses
Ms. A. Nicole Clowers
Managing Director
Health Care Team
United States Government Accountability Office
Washington, DC
Testimony

Ms. Barb Johnston
Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder
HealthLinkNow
Sacramento, CA
Testimony
Disclosure

Mr. Michael Adcock
Administrator
Center for Telehealth
University of Mississippi Medical Center
Jackson, MS
Testimony
Disclosure

David Schmitz, M.D.
President
National Rural Health Association
Washington, DC 
Testimony
Disclosure

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No Place Too Far for Telemedicine

2017/07/20

WASHINGTON – Today, Members of the House Small Business Subcommittees on Agriculture, Energy and Trade and Health and Technology heard from leading pioneers in the telehealth industry. They discussed the current use of telehealth services and how expansion can benefit small businesses and rural communities.

While twenty percent of Americans live in rural areas, only nine percent of physicians practice there,” said Agriculture, Energy, and Trade Subcommittee Chairman Rod Blum (R-IA). “Telehealth may allow rural physicians to expand their patient base and to keep dollars in the community, benefiting other local small businesses such as retail establishments and restaurants, contributing to the sense of ‘community’ that American small towns pride themselves on.”

“If medical treatment is unavailable on the Samoan Islands, patients, including many VA beneficiaries, generally have to fly nearly 3,000 miles to Hawaii to see a specialist,” said Health and Technology Subcommittee Chairwoman Amata Radewagen (R-AS). “One way to alleviate these physician shortages would be to incorporate the use of telehealth and remote patient monitoring into the offices of physicians and other health care professionals.”

A. Nicole Clowers, Managing Director for Health Care with the United States Government Accountability Office said, “For certain individuals, such as those who live in remote areas or who cannot easily travel long distances, access to health care services can be challenging. Telehealth can provide an alternative to health care provided in person at a physician’s office by providing clinical care remotely through two-way video for services such as psychotherapy or the evaluation and management of conditions.”

“To maintain and improve the economic vitality of rural America it is essential that rural people are kept healthy and that rural communities are supported by a full range of medical services, delivered both in person, and increasingly, by telemedicine,” said Barb Johnston, CEO of HealthLinkNow in Sacramento, California. “Telemedicine has demonstrated its effectiveness over the past 50 years and already benefits rural America by encouraging the recruitment and retention of local physicians and other healthcare providers who can be supported by telemedicine providers.”

“The TelEmergency program has grown to serve more than 20 hospitals and continues to produce outcomes on par with that of our Level 1 trauma center,” said Michael P. Adcock, Executive Director for the Center for Telehealth at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. Mississippi officials “extrapolated this data to show the potential savings of over $180 million per year if 20 percent of the diabetics on Mississippi Medicaid participated in this program.” 

You can view full video of today’s hearing HERE and full witness testimony HERE.

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Reversing the Entrepreneurship Decline

2017/07/19




The Committee on Small Business will meet for a hearing titled, “Reversing the Entrepreneurship Decline.” The hearing is scheduled to begin at 11:00 A.M. on Wednesday, July 19, 2017 in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building.

The hearing will provide the Committee with an opportunity to understand the entrepreneurship trends, challenges, and opportunities that exist in the United States. This hearing will also examine how entrepreneurship influences leading economic indicators and potential solutions to promote new and existing small businesses

Attachments

1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List
3. Hearing Memo

Witnesses

Gregory Crawford, Ph.D.
President
Miami University
Oxford, Ohio
Testimony 
Disclosure

Ms. Karen Kerrigan
President & CEO
Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
Vienna, VA
Testimony 
Disclosure

Mr. Joe Schocken
CEO
Broadmark Capital
Seattle, WA 
Testimony 
Disclosure


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How Can We Reverse the Entrepreneurship Decline?

2017/07/19

WASHINGTON – Today, the House Small Business Committee heard from industry experts on the challenges facing entrepreneurs and how the success of our small businesses have a major effect on the strength of our economy.   

“New and small businesses create the majority of our nation’s jobs and spur innovation. However, since the Great Recession, there has been a significant decline in entrepreneurship, which may in part explain the slow economic growth experienced in America today,” said House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH).

“Universities have an important role to play in the entrepreneurial ecosystem. We can be critical players as the testing ground for the next generation of innovators. This involves not only focusing on what happens in the classroom but also giving students the breadth of knowledge in entrepreneurial thinking and emerging technologies necessary to thrive in any career. That includes opportunities for invaluable real-world experience that will prepare them to create their own business or excel in one,” said Gregory Crawford, Ph.D., President of Miami University in Oxford Ohio.

“Federal agencies are currently undergoing a process where they are reviewing regulations to identify those that can be streamlined, updated or repealed if they are duplicative or outdated. This is a healthy and needed process, and it is very positive to see the SBA’s Office of Advocacy directly engaged through their development of an online platform for small business input, and hosting roundtables across the country to receive their direct input. Clearing regulatory underbrush and streamlining rules is a good for startups and the U.S. business environment,” said Ms. Karen Kerrigan, President and CEO of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council in Vienna, VA.

You can view the full video of today’s hearing HERE and read the full witness testimony HERE

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The Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act: State of Small Business Contracting

2017/07/13




The Subcommittees on Contracting and Workforce and Economic Growth, Tax, and Capital Access will meet for a joint hearing titled, “The Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act:  State of Small Business Contracting.” The hearing is scheduled to begin at 10:00 A.M. on Thursday, July 13, 2017 in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building.  

Attachments

1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List
3. Hearing Memo

Witnesses

Mr. William Shear
Director
Financial Markets and Community Investment
United States Government Accountability Office
Washington, DC
Testimony

Mr. Robb N. Wong
Associate Administrator
Office of Government Contracting and Business Development
United States Small Business Administration
Washington, DC 
Testimony

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Help or Hindrance? A Review of SBA’s Office of the Chief Information Officer

2017/07/12



The Committee on Small Business will meet for a hearing titled, “Help or Hindrance? A Review of SBA’s Office of the Chief Information Officer.” The hearing will take place at 11:00 A.M. on Wednesday, July 12, 2017 in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building.

The Committee will examine the Small Business Administration’s Office of the Chief Information Officer and whether it is operating efficiently and effectively.

Attachments

1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List
3. Hearing Memo

Witness

Ms. Maria Roat
Chief Information Officer
United States Small Business Administration
Washington, DC
Testimony


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A Review of SBA’s 504/CDC Loan Program

2017/06/29





The Committee on Small Business Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax, and Capital Access will meet for a hearing titled, “A Review of SBA’s 504/CDC Loan Program.” The hearing is scheduled to begin at 10:00 A.M. on Thursday, June 29, 2017 in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building.

The hearing will review the United States Small Business Administration’s (SBA) 504/CDC Loan Program. From the role of Certified Development Companies (CDCs) to the economic development requirements that are outlined in the program, the hearing will provide Members of the Subcommittee the opportunity to hear directly from program participants.

Attachments:
1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List
3. Opening Statement 
4. Hearing Memo

Witnesses 

Ms. Natasha Merz
Vice President
Langley Federal Credit Union
Newport News, VA
*Testifying on behalf of the National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions
Testimony
Disclosure

Mr. Wayne Williams
Senior Vice President
Business Finance Group
Fairfax, VA
Testimony
Disclosure

Ms. Barbara A. Vohryzek
President and CEO
National Association of Development Companies (NADCO)
Washington, DC
Testimony
Disclosure

Mr. Sherwood Robbins
Managing Director
Seedcopa
Exton, PA 
Testimony
Disclosure

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Improving Broadband Deployment: Solutions for Rural America

2017/06/22



The Committee on Small Business Subcommittee on Agriculture, Energy, and Trade will hold a hearing titled, “Improving Broadband Deployment: Solutions for Rural America.” The hearing is scheduled to begin at 10:00 A.M. on Thursday, June 22, 2017 in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building.  

The hearing will focus on broadband deployment efforts by small telecommunications companies that traditionally supply the bulk of such services to the most rural parts of America. 

Attachments
1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List
3. Hearing Memo

Witnesses 
Mr. Mike Romano
Senior Vice President
Industry Affairs & Business Development
NTCA—The Rural Broadband Association
Arlington, VA
Testimony
Disclosure 

Mr. Dave Osborn
CEO
VTX1
Raymondville, TX
*Testifying on behalf of WTA - Advocates for Rural Broadband
Testimony
Appendix 
Disclosure 

Mr. Tim Donovan
Senior Vice President
Legislative Affairs
Competitive Carriers Association
Washington, DC
Testimony
Disclosure 

Mr. Chris Allendorf
Vice President of External Relations and General Counsel
Jo-Carroll Energy, Inc. (NFP)
Elizabeth, IL 
Testimony
Disclosure 

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Partners in Commerce: The Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee

2017/06/21




On Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 11:00 a.m., the Committee on Small Business will meet in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building for a hearing titled, "Partners in Commerce: The Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee."  

The hearing will examine the Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee (TPCC) and its efforts to partner with federal, state, and local trade promotion agencies to help America’s small businesses increase exports and thrive in the global marketplace. 

Attachments
1. Hearing Notice 
2. Witness List
3. Opening Statement 
4. Hearing Memo
Witnesses 

Mr. Patrick Kirwan
Director
Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee (TPCC)
International Trade Administration
United States Department of Commerce
Washington, DC
Testimony

Mr. Peter J. Cazamias
Associate
Administrator Office of International Trade
United States Small Business Administration
Washington, DC
Testimony

Ms. Ann Pardalos
Manager
International Trade and Investment Office
Missouri Department of Economic Development
Jefferson City, Missouri 
Testimony
*Testifying on behalf of the State International Development Organizations (SIDO)


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5 Bill Markup

2017/06/15




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The Committee on Small Business will hold a markup on legislation to improve statutorily-authorized programs within the Small Business Administration. The markup will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Thursday, June 15, 2017, in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building. The items that will be marked up include:

  • H.R. 2364,  “Investing in Main Street Act of 2017”

Click HERE to view the official markup notice. 

 

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A Cautionary Tale: A Review of SBA’s Failed 2014 Agency Restructure

2017/06/14



HEARING DELAYED UNTIL NOON, JUNE 14, 2017





On Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at 11:00 a.m., the Committee on Small Business will meet in Room 2360 of the Rayburn House Office Building for a hearing titled, "A Cautionary Tale: A Review of SBA’s Failed 2014 Agency Restructure."  The Committee will examine how the Small Business Administration implemented its Voluntary Early Retirement Authority and Voluntary Separation Incentive Payment authority in FY 2014.


Attachments
1. Hearing Notice
2. Witness List
3. Hearing Memo
4. Opening Statement 

Witnesses

Mr. Hannibal “Mike” Ware
Acting Inspector General
United States Small Business Administration
Washington, DC
Testimony

Mr. Joseph Loddo
Chief Operating Officer
United States Small Business Administration
Washington, DC 
Testimony





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