NYS Small Business Development Center
About the New York State Small Business Development Center:
This page is a good starting point for understanding the governance, structure and services of the New York State Small Business Development Center (NYS SBDC).
Program Mission Statement:
The site's mission is primarily to provide a gateway to the statewide SBDC program and help interested parties locate the nearest local SBDC Regional Center.
Locations around the State:
This page will aid you in finding/contacting the nearest SBDC location to you or your business.
Annual Reports and Publications:
Each year the SBDC produces an Annual Program Report. APRs for the past three years and other publications are found on this page. Some documents are in PDF and require Adobe Acrobat Reader.
News and Press Releases:
News articles that mention SBDCs in New York, board members, clients or partners of the SBDC program are collected here in full-text whenever possible. Additionally, SBDC press releases are included.
Calendar of Events:
Throughout the year, SBDCs offer a number of training events around the state. Most seminars/workshops are free; some require a nominal fee. Calendar listings may be sorted by topic or location.
This page details the SBDC's programs targeting veterans, manufacturing & defense, international and other specialties.
Online Request for Counseling form:
This web form allows prospective clients to request one-on-one business counseling services. The form is submitted electronically to the nearest SBDC.
Job opportunities at SBDCs throughout the state are listed here when available.
Frequently Asked Questions:
This page answers many of the questions often asked by entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Advisory Board Members:
The Advisory Board for the New York State Small Business Development Center is a collection of leaders in the industrial, governmental and educational sectors across the state. This page lists the members and their business affiliations.
Our Program Partners:
This page provides links to partners of the SBDC.
The Code of Federal Regulations defines the partnership between the Small Business Administration and the NYS Small Business Development Center for the delivery of assistance to the small business community. Title 13, Part 130 contains operating requirements and guidelines on location, services, program responsibilities and related issues.
13 CFR Part 130 (Small Business Development Centers)
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) circulars contain instructions or information issued by OMB to Federal agencies, such as the SBDC's federal funding sponsor, the Small Business Administration. OMB Circular A-21 establishes principles for determining costs applicable to grants, contracts, and other agreements with educational institutions. Circular A-110 sets forth standards for obtaining consistency and uniformity among Federal agencies in the administration of grants to and agreements with institutions of higher education, hospitals, and other non-profit organizations. The guidance contained in the circulars is in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, except where restricted or prohibited by law
Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-21: Cost Principles for Educational Institutions
Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-110: Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Other Agreements with Institutions of Higher Education, Hospitals, and Other Non-Profit Organizations