Online Resource Database
Most resources in the ORD are available to CDFA members only. CDFA members should login with their CDFA Account at the top of the page to access the full set of resources. Non-members are encouraged to join CDFA today
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2019 Proposed Bond Reissuance RegulationsMembers only Login
The Department of the Treasury's IRS released new Proposed Regulations regarding Bond Reissuance. The Proposed Regulations address the subject of “reissuance” in connection with issues of tax-exempt obligations. The Proposed Regulations...
Evaluation of SSBCI ProgramMembers only Login
This report summarizes the outcomes of 142 state credit support and investment programs funded by the State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI), which supported over $8 billion in new lending and investing to small businesses since 2011. The...
Treasury Letter to Rep. PriceMembers only Login
The U.S. Dept. of Treasury wrote this letter in response to a request from Rep. Price (D-NC) seeking information on how a new bill - or the appropriations process - could be used to extend the State Small Business Credit Initiative.
SSBCI North Dakota Audit ReportMembers only Login
In this revised report by the Office of Inspector General, North Dakota's SSBCI program, Mandan Consortium is audited. The audit finds that Mandan obligated approximately $8.9 million through a loan participation program.
SSBCI 2014 GAO ReportMembers only Login
In this GAO report on Small Business Credit Programs, the Small Business Lending Fund (SBLF) and the State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) are examined. Through its findings, the GAO recommends better impact reporting of SBFL.
Infographic: Impact of CDFIsMembers only Login
This Infographic from Democracy Collaborative shows how community development financial institutions build community wealth. Community development financial institutions (CDFIs) provide credit and financial services to people and communities...
SSBCI Quarterly Report Summary (2Q 2014)Members only Login
This summary of states' State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) quarterly reports highlights success stories, disbursement data, top performing states, funds allocated by program type, and more from SSBCI-participating states.
OIG SSBCI Audit Report: MassachusettsMembers only Login
OIG reports that Massachusetts appropriately used most of the SSBCI funds it had expended as of June 30, 2012, but spent $237,000 to participate in an SBA-guaranteed loan under the MBDC Loan Participation Program, which Treasury officials said was...
OIG SSBCI Audit Report: KansasMembers only Login
This report by the Dept. of the Treasury Office of Inspector General reviews Kansas' use of funds awarded under the SSBCI program. In the report, OIG found that in each of the 11 transactions reviewed Kansas did not obtain assurances from companion...
SSBCI 2013 Annual ReportMembers only Login
This report from the U.S. Treasury summarizes the states' Annual Reports and gives state-by-state data showing how SSBCI programs operate in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and five territories have expended their allocated funds in 2013.
OIG SSBCI Audit Report: IllinoisMembers only Login
In the report, the Dept. of the Treasury Office of Inspector General found that Illinois used most of their SSBCI funds appropriately, but did participate in a loan that was used to purchase the stock of a company representing its entire ownership...
OIG SSBCI Audit Report: WashingtonMembers only Login
This report by the Dept. of the Treasury Office of Inspector General reviews Washington's use of funds awarded under the SSBCI program. In the report, OIG found that borrower and lender assurances were complete and timely.
OIG SSBCI Audit Report: TennesseeMembers only Login
This report by the Dept. of the Treasury Office of Inspector General reviews Tennessee's use of funds awarded under the SSBCI program. The report analyzes the allocation agreement signed between the state and the Treasury that authorized the use of...
OIG SSBCI Audit Report: MontanaMembers only Login
This report by the Dept. of the Treasury Office of Inspector General reviews Montana's use of funds awarded under the SSBCI program. In the report, OIG found that 50% of the loans judgmentally selected for review, with a total value of $2.73 million...