Small Business Administration and Treasury shift course, will disclose PPP borrowers over $150,000

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin arrives for a briefing on the coronavirus pandemic, in the press briefing room of the White House on March 25, 2020. The Small Business Administration and Treasury Department, under withering criticism for lack of transparency, shifted course Friday and announced they would disclose details of borrowers in the Paycheck Protection Program.

(CNN) -- The Small Business Administration and Treasury Department, under withering criticism for lack of transparency, shifted course Friday and announced they would disclose details of borrowers in the Paycheck Protection Program.

The SBA, which manages the $660 billion emergency lending program, will disclose business names, addresses, loan amount ranges and demographic data, among other things, as part of an agreement with bipartisan lawmakers on Capitol Hill, the SBA and Treasury announced in a joint statement.

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