Tuesday, January 15, 2008

SBA Releases 2007 Year in Review

Marking Agency’s Accomplishments

On December 20, 2007, the U.S. Small Business Administration released a 10-page report marking the agency’s accomplishments during that calendar year.

The Year in Review document is posted on the SBA Web site here.

According to the press release, the agency’s accomplishments during the year enabled it to more effectively foster small business ownership and help people quickly get back on their feet after natural disasters.

Looking back on the year, it is clear the SBA has made substantial progress.
Internal operations are more effective and efficient, with every SBA
department taking on new challenges, goals and initiatives launched by
Administrator Steve Preston, who took the reins at the agency in July 2006.

Looking forward, the SBA has much to do in 2008 to achieve Administrator
Preston’s reforms, but 2007 was a turning point indicating positive results to
come.

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