Small Business Administration Reauthorization

America’s small business owners deserve a modern Small Business Administration (SBA). Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and employ nearly half of the nation’s workforce, but Congress hasn’t reauthorized the SBA – providing the critical review and creation of resources necessary to modernize – in 23 years.   

What do CDs, dial-up internet, and the Small Business Administration have in common? Lance Bass has the answer.


U.S. Senators Ben Cardin, Kyrsten Sinema, Tim Scott, and Marco Rubio demonstrate there is bipartisan support to modernize the SBA. 

The SBA was on the frontlines of the federal government’s pandemic response, and they helped millions of small businesses remain open and retain workers. But the pandemic also exposed significant gaps, inefficiencies, and areas where SBA reform is needed to more effectively support our nation’s job creators and innovators.   

The potential is huge – and would benefit communities across the country in the ongoing economic recovery. So, 10,000 Small Businesses Voices is undertaking a bipartisan campaign to call on Congress to reauthorize the SBA in the next year – ensuring small businesses are prioritized and their voices are heard.


Learn more about SBA Reauthorization here


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