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Small Business Administration: Office of Advocacy Needs to Improve Controls over Research, Regulatory, and Workforce Planning Activities
Cindy Brown Barnes (au)
Congress created the Office of Advocacy within the Small Business Admin. (SBA) in 1976 as an independent voice for small businesses. Questions have recently been raised about Advocacy's efforts to represent small businesses in regulatory activities and some of its research on small business issues. This report examines Advocacy's (1) research; (2) regulatory activities; and (3) workforce planning efforts. It analyzed Advocacy's research, comment letters, and other regulatory information for FY 2008-2013; assessed Advocacy's policies and procedures against federal standards for internal control and information quality; and interviewed agency officials, and small business and industry representatives. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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