Since its inception in 1968 the Small Business Administrations Section 8(a) set-aside program has been plagued with fraud and bureaucratic ineptitude. Attempts to reform the SBA have failed, much to the detriment of the truly disadvantaged business people who are unwilling to play the agencys games or who dont fit its target profile.
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