Small Business Administration Administrator Karen Mills says her agency is passing its goal of giving 23% of the federal government's contracts to small businesses. In an interview with The New York Times, Mills says the SBA's strength is getting money to 5,000 banks that can lend to viable small businesses, $150 billion annually in federal contracts is spent with small companies, and health care exchanges are needed to increase competition in health insurance programs.

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