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Small Business Administration (SBA)

Small Business Administration (SBA)
15 February 1961-17 June 1963
17 digital pages
This folder contains material collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning the Small Business Administration (SBA). Topics include an increase of the criteria to determine a small business in areas of labor surplus; the examination of income tax returns of tax-exempt organizations by the House Select Committee on Small Business; and an explanation of the structure of the regional, state, and national advisory councils of the SBA.
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  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
  • President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). Office of the Personal Secretary. , 1961 - 1963
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Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files. Departments and Agencies. Small Business Administration (SBA)
Originally referred to by the President's personal secretary as the "Departmental" files, the Departments and Agencies series was reorganized by the Kennedy Library staff to include documents found in a small group of files entitled "Cabinet Meetings" and the files on miscellaneous government boards and commissions found among the "Subjects" and "Special Topics" files of the original file scheme. The Departments and Agencies series is divided into three subseries: major departments and agencies (alphabetically arranged); a small subseries of items left behind in the Cabinet Room after meetings and collected there by the personal secretary (arranged chronologically by date of Cabinet Meeting); and a subseries of minor executive branch committees, boards, commissions and offices (arranged alphabetically). The series is not a complete record of transactions between the President and the elements of the Executive Branch. Not all departments and agencies, boards and commissions, etc. are represented in these files, as a comparison of the folder title list with the U.S. Government Organization Manual readily shows. However, many highlights of the President's relations with various elements of the federal bureaucracy are present in this series. Researchers should also consult the papers of various Cabinet and sub-cabinet officials that have been donated to the Kennedy Library. They should also refer to the White House Central Subject Files FG series, the White House Staff Files of members responsible for various departments and agencies, particularly Myer Feldman and Lee White, and the National Security Files.
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