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Tribal Business and Economic Impact

Information and Resources

*Note that non-profits—including governments and municipalities—are not eligible for SBA loans. The disaster loans are administered through the states and territories. More information is available at www.SBA.gov/disaster.

WE HAVE SEEN FAKE GRANT COMMUNICATION CONCERNING NON-COMPLIANCE. MAKE SURE TO VALIDATE ANY/ALL GRANT COMMUNICATIONS TO ENSURE THAT YOU ARE NOT THE VICTIM OF A SCAM.

General Resources – Federal

Centers for Disease Control

Congressional Research Service

Resources for Native Business Owners

Resources for Artists and Crafters

Resources for Restaurant Owners

  • SBA Restaurant Revitalization Fund – Registration for the SBA application portal is open. Applications will open on Monday, May 3, 2021, at noon ET. See How to apply for more detail.
    • Application
    • Program Guide
    • Overview PowerPoint Presentation
      **Socially and economically disadvantaged business concerns, including tribal business concerns, will be prioritized for funding during the first 21 days that the application portal is open. After 21 days, SBA will accept and process applications from all eligible applicants until funds are exhausted.**

Resources for Tribal Enterprises

Resources for 8(a) Enterprises

Resources for Tourism Enterprises

Resources for Retail Enterprises

Resources for Tribal Nation Leaders

Resources for Consumers

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