Today In Washington
January 12, 2018
Source: AEO Government Relations Team, Madison Services Group
Congress is out today and will return on Tuesday, January 16.
SBA Semiannual Regulatory Agenda
Today, the SBA submitted its Semiannual Regulatory Agenda, as required by the Regulatory Flexibility Act. The SBA invites the public to comment on any aspect of the agenda, which documents current and proposed regulatory activity, as well as completed actions. Some of rules include:
- Small Business Size Standards; Alternative Size Standard for 7(a), 504 and Disaster Loan Programs (pre-rule stage)
- Small Business Development Center Program Revisions (proposed rule stage)
- Small Business HUBZone Program; Government Contracting programs; Office of Hearings and Appeals (proposed rule stage)
- Women-owned Small Business and Economically Disadvantaged Women-owned Small Business Certification (proposed rule stage)
- Ownership and Control of Service-disabled Veteran-owned Small Business Concerns (proposed rule stage)
- Miscellaneous Amendments to Business Loan Programs and Surety Bond Guarantee Program (final rule stage)
- Small Business Investment Companies; Passive Expansion & Technical Clarifications (completed action)
July 17, 2018
Association For Enterprise Opportunity Launches The Tapestry Project To Advance Business Development Of Black-Owned Firms
AEO has opened the application cycle for The Tapestry Project, an initiative dedicated to advancing Black business development.
July 12, 2018
Today in Washington
House & Senate to Reconcile Differences in “Minibus” – The Senate voted yesterday to go to conference on the Energy and Water Development, Legislative Branch, and Military Construction & Veterans Affairs appropriations “minibus” (H.R. 5895)
July 11, 2018
Today in Washington
NDAA Watch – Last night, the Senate voted 91-8 to go to conference on the NDAA. Conferees for the FY19 defense authorization bill will formally meet today for the passing of the gavel.
June 29, 2018
ACTION ALERT: July Recess Packet
On Friday, June 29, Congress will adjourn for a week-long Fourth of July recess. Your legislators will be back home in their districts and states to meet with constituents like you, and share updates on their efforts in Washington, D.C.