Federal and State Technology Partnership Program

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The Small Business Administration, otherwise known as SBA, is a United States government agency that is primarily responsible for providing support to small business establishments and entrepreneurs.

The efforts of the Small Business Administration are geared towards the realization of their agency's mission, which is to "to maintain and strengthen the nation's economy by enabling the establishment and viability of small businesses and by assisting in the economic recovery of communities after disasters."

In line with this mission, the Small Business Administration has recently established the Federal and State Technology Partnership Program, which is also referred to as the FAST program.

The Federal and State Technology Partnership Program works around the objective of being able to boost and strengthen the technological competitiveness of small business establishments in the United States of America.

The FAST Partnership Program could be utilized to address concerns associated with:

a) The research and development of new technologies related with small business concerns.   (continued...)

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