The ASBL has won a series of federal lawsuits against the SBA, which forced the disclosure of information showing that the SBA had fabricated federal small business contracting data and covered-up the diversion of hundreds of billions of dollars in federal small business contracts to Fortune 500 companies and other large businesses.
The ASBL expects to file an additional lawsuit against the SBA for refusing to release all of Mr. Stamler's emails for the years 2006 and 2007. The ASBL began requesting Mr. Stamler's communications after several journalists informed the organization that Mr. Stamler had libeled and slandered the ASBL and its President
In one such example, after the Long Island Business News (LIBN) quoted ASBL President
The ASBL intends to continue gathering information on Mr. Stamler's campaign to libel and slander the organization and its President
The SBA's own Inspector General has released several investigations that found blatant fraud and abuses in SBA administered small business contracting programs. (https://www.sba.gov/IG/05-15.pdf)
In the past, the SBA responded to federal investigations and news stories, which found billions of dollars in small business contracts had gone to Fortune 500 corporations with a series of press releases claiming that the diversion of federal small business contracts to large corporations was a myth. (www.asbl.com/documents/sbamythvfact.pdf)
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SOURCE American Small Business League