DATE: December 6, 2001

SUBJECT: Small Business Administration; Program for Investment in Microentrepreneurs

SOURCE: December 5, 2001, Small Business Administration News Release

AGENCIES: Small Business Administration (SBA)

ACTION: Notice

SYNOPSIS: SBA is initiating a new Internet site, BusinessLaw.gov (http://www.businesslaw.gov) to provide small businesses access to legal and regulatory business information.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: To help reduce the burden on small businesses of complying with laws and regulations on many different topics, the SBA has developed BusinessLaw.gov, one of the Bush administration's 23 e-government projects.

BusinessLaw.gov provides interagency and intergovernmental information arranged by subject. It consolidates and indexes links to credible sources of information on 39 topics of interest, ranging from licenses and permits to such specialized topics as e-commerce and exporting. Also, the site offers information specific to each state and territory, including sections on "Hiring Employees," "Paying Taxes," and "Selecting a Location." In addition, BusinessLaw.gov features interactive tools, searchable frequently asked questions and their answers, downloadable forms and publications, and electronic compliance guides.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Panoptic Enterprises at 703-451-5953 or by e-mail to Panoptic@FedGovContracts.com.

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