Resources compiled by the Maryland Chamber
The Maryland Chamber of Commerce has compiled resources to help keep our members and the Maryland business community informed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The SBA is the only cabinet-level federal agency fully dedicated to small business and provides counseling, capital, and contracting expertise.
As the nation’s only go-to resource and voice for small businesses, they are poised to help during this COVID-19 pandemic with:
U.S. Department of Treasury
The U.S. Department of Treasury also has helpful resources on the CARES Act and PPP, along with loan reports and dispersement data.
The NFIB has compiled multiple small business resources in response to coronavirus and they can her found below:
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a guide for employers to plan for and respond to COVID-19. The CDC encourages employers to:
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Digital Resource Center includes information, tools, and templates that businesses of all sizes need during this critical phase of the pandemic response.
As part of their Path Forward initiative, this Digital Resources Center provides the latest state guidelines, sector-specific guidance, small business advice, and other tools and resources to help employers and employees return to work safely and successfully. We will regularly update these tools and resources as new information becomes available.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and their Foundation has put together multiple documents featuring workplace health and safety information from the CDC.
FEMA | Resource Roadmaps
FEMA recently published interagency resource guides on their website to help state, local, territorial and tribal governments during this time:
Resources for rural businesses
Additional resource links
Resources include the ReNEW Maryland Initiative, the Safe Workplace: Best Practices and Baselines for Reopening Maryland PDF, Essential Employee Designation Letter, MDCC advocacy communications on behalf of our membership, recordings and resources from the Maryland Chamber Foundation webinar series, and more.
Resources include Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery, information for businesses from the Maryland Interagency, Maryland Business Relief Wizard, resources from the Maryland Department of Health, Maryland Unites, resources from the Maryland Small Business Resource Center (SBDC), state legislative resources, resources for rural businesses, and more.
Resources include a preview of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce’s webinar playlist on YouTube, links to past recorded webinars in the COVID-19 webinar series, and more.
Resources include Resources from Maryland Chamber of Commerce Members such as BGE, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, Johns Hopkins, The Maryland Bankers Association, and Shawe Rosenthal; resources from the World Health Organization; the McKinsey and Company Talent Exchange; resources from the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM); and more.
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