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Supplier Diversity Glossary

Small Business Administration

What is the Small Business Administration?

The Small Business Administration, often referred to as the SBA, is an arm of the U.S. government that provides support and guidance to small businesses through education, financing, contracts, and other forms of small business assistance. The businesses in question must be located in the United States or a recognized territory.

The SBA is also responsible for maintaining the Small Business Size Standards, a document that defines the criteria to be considered a small business.

Learn more about the SBA by viewing the short video below.