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Special Segment (Bilking The Sba) #512714

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 25, 1980
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(Studio) Small Bus. Admin. (SBA) noted helping minorities with special program.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Steel company owner Keith Grundmann's role in Gosiute Indian reservation guard rail industry outlined. [GRUNDMANN - comments.] Internal audit of Small Business Administration noted chging. that large number of those being helped may not be qualified; details given. Senator Max Baucus' inquiry of SBA's inspector general Paul Boucher noted. [BOUCHER - comments.] [SBA spokesperson William CLEMENT - responds.] Minority business Packwell Packaging Company and its president Jessie Gluver noted controlling Eur-Pac, which is owned by Allen Rand; details given. [RAND - comments.] [SBA deputy administration William MAUK - comments.] SBA, while tightening up on minority fins., said not yet disqualifying anyone. [BAUCUS - comments.] Amt. spent annually to support program mentioned.
REPORTER: Robert Hager

Chancellor, John;
Hager, Robert

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