SBA: Paycheck Protection Program

Dear Valued Partner,

Attached is the latest documents around the Paycheck Protection Program including the new lender application form and additional questions on the Treasury FAQ’s.

We would like to share this information widely, so please feel free to share with your networks and resource partners.  I appreciate all the efforts your team is continuing to do in assisting small businesses during these challenging times.

New Documents:  

New Lender Application Form (Non-Bank and Non-Insured Depository Institution Lenders) See attached PDF.

Federally insured banks, credit unions, and farm credits should continue submitting new lender applications to

Additional questions were added to the FAQ document. (Questions 19 & 20)

Misc. Info:

E-Tran Pro Tip:  Be careful when entering passwords to E-Tran. Encourage your team members to enter passwords carefully. Repeated attempts to enter a password into the system can result in temporary account suspension (due to security protocols) requiring password reset.

Lender Assistance Hotline: (833) 572-0502

Find a lender tool

Information for lenders can always be found at and

How to request change to info on (file a ticket)

Previous docs:

Affiliation Rules:

Interim Final Rule (IFR) on affiliation:

FAQ on Faith-based Orgs and PPP:

Interim Final Rule:–IFRN%20FINAL_0.pdf

Borrower Application:

PPP Loan Guaranty Form:

New Lender Application For Federally insured depository institutions, federally insured credit unions, and Farm Credit System institutions (other than the Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation)

(Submit to delegatedauthority@sba.gov–Agreement-for-New-Lenders-Banks-Credit-Unions-FCS-w-seal-fillable.pdf

Shawn D. Pensoneau

Assistant Administrator

Office of Native American Affairs

U.S. Small Business Administration

(202) 205-6411

Cell (202) 713-6363


Home Page | Twitter | Instagram Facebook | YouTube | LinkedIn | Email Alerts

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.