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Isabella Guzman, was sworn in March 22, 2021 as the 27th administrator of the Small Business Administration.

The federal government has quietly reversed course on a policy that had kept thousands of businesses from applying for pandemic economic aid, with only weeks to go before funds are expected to run out. Read more»

President Joe Biden’s choice to run the SBA, Isabella Guzman, was confirmed on March 16. The SBA would give no indication of whether she plans to change course on the agency's position on PPP loans to those who have previously filed bankruptcy.

The Small Business Administration refuses to give pandemic relief loans to people who have filed for bankruptcy, even if their businesses can survive. In December, Congress allowed the Small Business Administration to give exceptions to some debtors. Read more»