Advocacy Seeks New Small Business Research

The Office of Advocacy sponsors research documenting the status of small businesses and the impact of important trends. To this end, the office has just announced nine requests for quotations (RFQs) for small business research. The research areas are listed below; they are selected because they are researchable, show the status or role of small businesses, can be a catalyst for further research, or may provide policymaking insight. The proposal solicitations and synopses are listed on FedBizOpps. (If this link is not active, go to www.fedbizopps.gov and search for “Small Business Administration” listings.)

The deadline for submitting proposals is Friday, August 2, 2013, at 3pm Eastern Daylight Time.*

The following solicitations are currently open:

See the above linked performance work statements on FedBizOpps for more information on each issue area. It is important that all respondents follow the instructions provided for submitting proposals. Please note that regular mail to government offices in Washington, D.C., experiences significant delays. Other methods, such as overnight and certified mail, are preferred and are more timely.

For ideas of previously funded topics by Advocacy, visit the office’s current research and statistics webpage or the research archive.

*Please note: The original deadine was July 26, 2013. The deadline has been extended to August 2, 2013.

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The Office of Advocacy of the U.S. Small Business Administration is an independent voice for small business within the federal government.  The presidentially appointed and Senate-confirmed Chief Counsel for Advocacy advances the views, concerns, and interests of small business before Congress, the White House and federal agencies. To learn more about Advocacy, visit our website or call (202) 205-6533, and follow us on Twitter and Facebook

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