An 8(a) firm is a small business that is owned and operated by socially and economically disadvantaged citizens and has been accepted into the 8(a) Business Development Program. This program is administered by the Small Business Administration (SBA), the United States agency charged with supporting the growth and development of small businesses. The 8(a) program is designed to help disadvantaged entrepreneurs get government contracts and access the economic mainstream in America.
Why is the 8(a) program important to the growth of small business?
Our CEO testifies before Congress on the impact the program has had on Circuit Media.