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SBA vs American Small Business League in Lawsuit

By Steve Viuker
Biz Box Slate
October 15, 2010

A nasty legal battle is being fought on the small business front. The following is a statement by the American Small Business League:

The ASBL suspects the SBA has spent American tax dollars to hire consultants to help them obscure the SBA's role in diverting billions of dollars a month in federal small business contracts to Fortune 500 firms and other large businesses around the world. The ASBL believes the SBA may have launched a massive campaign to cover-up the diversion of federal small business contracts to large businesses, and to discourage the media from covering the issue.

An SBA spokesperson told PRNewser in an e-mail,”SBA hired APCO for speechwriting, media training for executives, and consultations on dealing with negative public perceptions of the agency’s response to Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Wilma. The contracts have been concluded, and APCO is no longer an SBA contractor.”


 Source:  http://bizbox.slate.com/blog/2010/10/sba_vs_american_small_business.php



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