SBA Advocacy Office Wants to Hear from Nonprofits

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The federal government is reconsidering many regulations and is seeking nonprofit input to try to match rules and regulations to the way charitable organizations operate and advance their missions. For example, the U.S. Labor Department has posted a Request for Information asking the public to submit comments on the rules governing which employees are and are not entitled to overtime pay. Many other federal departments and agencies are reviewing existing regulations with an eye toward removing two old regulations for every new one promulgated, as the President has ordered. What do nonprofits think? What regulations could be improved and which need to be protected from repeal? The Office of Advocacy at the U.S. Small Business Administration wants to know and is hosting a conference call to hear from you.

 

The call will be held on Tuesday, September 12 at 3:00 pm Eastern. Register now!