Lloyd Chapman, President of the American Small Business League (ASBL)
About Lloyd Chapman
History & Accolades
American Small Business founder and president Lloyd Chapman has been a tireless advocate for American small businesses and small businesses owned by women, minorities, and veterans for over 35 years. He has won a record 110 Freedom of Information Acts legal battles in federal court to expose rampant fraud and abuse in federal small business programs. His research has prompted over a dozen federal investigations and over 100 investigative reports into fraud in federal small business programs. The Government Accountability Office launched the first investigations into to fraud in federal small business programs based on information Chapman provided in 2001. That investigation uncovered over 5,000 large businesses were illegally receiving billions in federal small business contracts. He has testified before Congress and written pro-small business legislation that has been introduced into to Congress on three occasions.
Northern California Federal District Court Judge Willian Alsup described Chapman’s American Small Business League as being in a “David and Goliath battle against big government and big business.” Entrepreneur Magazine compared Chapman to a “modern-day Cezar Chavez for small businesses.” Chapman has been successful in redirecting billions in federal small business contracts away from Fortune 500 firms and back to legitimate small businesses across the country.
– President Barack Obama
– Congressman Hank Johnson
– Ty Kiisel – Forbes
Lloyd Chapman has been an aggressive advocate for America’s over 30 million small businesses for over 30 years. Lloyd has appeared on more national television, radio interviews, magazine, newspaper and internet-based articles than any other individual in the country.
Small Business Advocate
Advocating for small businesses for over 30 years
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