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Small Business Administration Overview

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is a U.S. government agency whose mission is to aid the development and success of American small businesses. Established in 1953 by the Eisenhower Administration, SBA was charged with assisting and protecting small businesses through credit programs, loans, grants and government contracts. Today's SBA offers management assistance and tools, specialized programs for women and minority business owners, and help for small businesses following natural disasters.

SBA has its headquarters in Washington, D.C. The agency operates on a federal, state and municipal level through its network of offices. It offers many millions in microloans, grants and venture capital each year, along with support services and a wealth of information for startups as well as established small businesses. Realizing that small businesses are a key driver of the American economy, SBA's 2012 operating budget was approximately $1 billion.

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SBA employs a workforce of approximately 3,400 people. Current career opportunities include economic development specialists, information technology supervisors, lender relations specialists, district support personnel, area managers, branch managers and a host of other administrative positions. Salaries are competitive. Government benefit packages include comprehensive health insurance, retirement savings plans, flexible scheduling and generous paid time off.

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