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ALERT: Small business owners who seek to participate in the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) will not be required to have a DUNS Number, will not need to register in SAM.gov, and will not need a CAGE Code. SBA will share more information on the RRF soon. Visit SBA to stay informed.

ALERT: Each entity registration expiring between April 1 and September 30, 2021 will have an additional 180 days added to its expiration date. Read more about the extension on Interact.

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ALERT: Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) Applicants - Applicants for relief under the SVOG program are required to register in SAM.gov. If you have submitted your SAM.gov registration, but the registration is not yet active, you can still apply for relief under the SVOG program. During the SVOG application process, you will have to attest that you have submitted your SAM.gov registration. To stay informed, please visit SBA.

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  • Are you a Federal government employee? Create a SAM user account with your government e-mail address and log into SAM before searching to see FOUO information and registrants who chose to opt out of the public search.

  • Conducting small business-focused research? In addition to what is contained in SAM, small businesses can provide the Small Business Administration (SBA) supplemental information about themselves. Use the SBA's Dynamic Small Business Search to conduct further market research.

  • Trying to find a contractor participating in the Disaster Response Registry? Use the Disaster Response Registry Search to locate contractors willing to provide debris removal, distribution of supplies, reconstruction, and other disaster or emergency relief services in the event of a national disaster.

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