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SBA Announces End-of-Year Capital Benchmarks Showing Historic Support for Small Businesses

The SBA reached nearly $43 billion in funding to small businesses, providing more than 62,000 traditional loans through its 7(a), 504, and Microloan lending partners and over 1,200 investments through SBA licensed Small Business Investment Companies (SBICs) for Fiscal Year 2022. Learn more


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Small Business Economic Bulletin: December 2022

The Office of Advocacy’s winter economic bulletin examines the continued recovery from the COVID-19 recession. Small business variables like self-employment, income, loan delinquencies, and loan balances have trends that represent pre-COVID-19 trends. However, demand for loans by small firms has decreased quickly, despite a recent increase in startups. Learn more


Cyber Awareness Bulletin– Online Holiday Shopping

Alert Summary: With the 2022 holiday season underway, bad actors use fake websites to trick online shoppers into installing malicious software onto their computer. Websites disguised as fake online shopping platforms or as fake charities could steal personal information and money from online shoppers.

The U.S. Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recommends taking actions to protect your personal information, such as shopping from trusted and verified sources, using Multi-Factor Authentication for online shopping accounts, and ensuring that devices used to browse online shopping platforms are secure and up to date. Learn more



Learn how to Manage & Pay Your COVID EIDL

Did your organization or small business receive a COVID Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)?  All loans had a 30-month deferment, and many borrowers are now beginning to make their first payments.

Watch this video to learn how to register for SBA’s online portal Capital Access Financial System (CAFS) to find loan due date, how much your payment is, track your loan balance, and other loan management tools.

Find out how to make your payments online via and loan servicing assistance. 


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NEW!  In response to customer service feedback, SBA changed the Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) Federal Contracting program official application site to

Getting certified as a WOSB Federal Contract Program participant makes a business eligible to compete for federal contracts set aside for the program. See upcoming related webinars and register soon to learn how to navigate the new website.


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Small Business Training Events

SBA and its resource partners – SCORE, Small Business Development Centers, Women’s Business Centers, and Veterans Business Outreach Center – continually offer training and educational programs. The full calendar of training programs and webinars is found at San Francisco District Upcoming Events link below.

San Francisco District Upcoming Events


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