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8(a) Program

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The U.S. Small Business Administration's 8(a) Business Development program is intended to help socially and economically disadvantaged small businesses be successful for the future. Start-up or growing companies can benefit from a wide range of business development services, including support for government contractors, access to capital, management and technical assistance and export assistance. The purpose is to develop businesses that will then give back to their communities, by revitalizing neighborhoods, creating jobs and encouraging overall economic growth.

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