Lesson 2 introduction to small business programs

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Lesson 2: Introduction to Small Business Programs Federal Acquisition Institute | FAC 031 Small Business Programs 27 Screen 13 of 40: HUBZone Small Businesses TRANSCRIPT & AUDIO DESCRIPTION (AD) A HUBZone Small Business is located in a qualified low-income, urban or rural communities with at least 35% of its workforce residing in the HUBZone area. As defined in 13 CFR Section 126.103, HUBZone areas include lands within the external boundaries of an Indian reservation, qualified base closure areas, or other designated areas. HUBZone Small Businesses are 51% owned and operated by: U.S. citizens An agricultural cooperative An Indian tribe A Community Development Corporation You may locate HUBZones throughout the country by using the HUBZone locator map on the SBA website. The SBA website is available in the Resources menu.
Lesson 2: Introduction to Small Business Programs Federal Acquisition Institute | FAC 031 Small Business Programs 28 Screen 14 of 40: Veteran-Owned Small Businesses TRANSCRIPT & AUDIO DESCRIPTION (AD) Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (VOSBs) are 51% owned and operated by one or more veterans. VOSBs include publicly owned small businesses whose stock is at least 51% owned by one or more veterans. A Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) is 51% owned and operated by one or more veterans with VA-approved service-connected disabilities as described in 13 CFR Sections 125.8 through 125.13. Publicly owned SDVOSBs must meet similar requirements as publicly owned VOSBs. Publicly owned SDVOSBs have no less than 51% of their stock owned by one or more service-disabled veterans. Select each link to learn more, and then select Next to continue. POPUPS Publicly Owned Small Businesses Publicly owned VOSBs must also be operated by one or more veterans on a daily basis. Similar Requirements Like publicly owned VOSBs, publicly owned SDVOSBs must also be operated by one or more service-disabled veterans on a daily basis.
Lesson 2: Introduction to Small Business Programs Federal Acquisition Institute | FAC 031 Small Business Programs 29 Screen 15 of 40: Women-Owned Small Businesses TRANSCRIPT & AUDIO DESCRIPTION (AD) 13 CFR Section 127.200 defines a Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) as at least 51% owned and operated by one or more women. WOSBs include publicly owned small businesses whose stock is at least 51% owned by one or more women. Publicly owned WOSBs must also be operated by one or more women on a daily basis. An Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business (ED/WOSB) is 51% owned and operated by one or more women who are economically disadvantaged. Publicly owned ED/WOSBs must meet similar requirements as publicly owned WOSBs. Select the link to learn more, and then select Next to continue. POPUPS Economically Disadvantaged Publicly owned ED/WOSBs have no less than 51% of their stock owned by one or more economically disadvantaged women. Publicly owned ED/WOSBs must also be operated by one or more economically disadvantaged women on a daily basis.

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