Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Regulations
This highlights significant rulemaking and guidance as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is being implemented. (updated December 2013)

National Women's Small Business Month 
October is a time to celebrate the contributions of women-owned small businesses. (October 2013)
  
SBA Disaster Assistance
The Small Business Administration provides credit assistance to homeowners, renters and businesses after a natural disaster. Read this document to lean more. (May 2013)

Frequently Asked Questions: The Health Care Law

This document addresses many of the questions small businesses have about the health care law. (May 2013)

Small Business Fact Sheet

This is a collection of key small business facts and data that show the importance of small firms to the economy. (April 2014)

Small Business Tax Reform Presentation
Small Business Committee Chairman Sam Graves submitted this presentation to the Ways & Means Committee Working Group on Small Business and Pass-Throughs. (April 2013)

What is a Small Business for the Purpose of Federal Contracting?
The federal government spends half a trillion dollars on contracted goods and services. This document is an explaination of how a small business is defined for the purposes of federal procurement. (February 2013)

Small Business Act Programs for Small Federal Contractors
This is an explaination the key concepts and programs integral to government contracting for small businesses. (February 2013)

Committee Export Principles for the 113th Congress
This outlines the trade policy objectives and key principles of small business exports for the Committee Republicans during this Congress. (January 2013)

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Provisions Effective in 2014
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is currently being implemented. This table lists some of the provisions affecting small businesses that take effect in 2014. (December 2012)

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Provisions Effective in 2013
This table lists some of the provisions affecting small businesses that take effect in 2013. (December 2012)

Bills From the 112th Congress that Benefit Small Business
Helping small businesses grow and create jobs was a priority of the 112th Congress and remains a top priority today. Here is a list of bills passed by the 112th Congress that benefit small businesses. (December 2012)

Bills From the 113th Congress that Benefit Small Business
Helping small businesses grow and create jobs remains a priority of the 113th Congress. Here is a list of bills passed by the 113th Congress that benefit small businesses. (January 2014)

2013 Annual Report on the Activity of the Committee on Small Business
The semiannual report details the Committee’s review and study of legislation within its jurisdiction and the oversight activities undertaken by the Committee during the first session of the 113th Congress. (December 2013)

2012 Semiannual Report on the Activity of the Committee on Small Business
The semiannual report details the Committee’s review and study of legislation within its jurisdiction and the oversight activities undertaken by the Committee during the second session of the 112th Congress. (December 2012)

2011 Semiannual Report on the Activity of the Committee on Small Business
The semiannual report details the Committee’s review and study of legislation within its jurisdiction and the oversight activities undertaken by the Committee during the first session of the 112th Congress. (December 2011)

Adrift Without a Compass: How Uncertainty Is Harmng Small Businesses, the Economy, and Job Creation
The need for certainty for small businesses is especially important due to the disparate costs certain government policies, such as regulations, impose on small businesses. Government policy indecision and vagueness are contributing to, and in some cases exacerbating, the ills plaguing our economy. (October 2012)

Small Business Report on Trade and Economy
With 95 percent of the purchasing market outside of the U.S., small businesses understand the importance of opening new markets and competing in the global marketplace. In fact, 97 percent of identified U.S. exporters are small businesses, yet that represents only a fraction of those who could compete abroad. (April 2011)