SBA has learned its lessons from Katrina

DURING A VISIT earlier this month to Long Beach, Miss., President George W. Bush speaks with, from left, Patty Steagall, Shannon Orr and her son Matthew, and Judy Dill.  /
DURING A VISIT earlier this month to Long Beach, Miss., President George W. Bush speaks with, from left, Patty Steagall, Shannon Orr and her son Matthew, and Judy Dill. /
As a businessman appointed last summer to take over a much-criticized federal agency, coming to Washington has been an education. A central lesson after six months on the job is that many government challenges can be addressed through operational solutions and basic private-sector management techniques. The U.S. Small Business Administration provides low interest, long-term disaster…

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