The Covid-19 pandemic drastically impacted American small businesses, prompting a rapid shift towards digitalization. Government assistance programs like the Paycheck Protection Program and technological tools helped many survive. E-commerce sales surged from 10% to over 15%, becoming integral to small business operations. However, outdated policies hinder digital adoption. The Small Business Technological Advancement Act, introduced by bipartisan senators, aims to clarify that SBA-backed loans can fund digital tools. The pandemic accelerated consumer adoption of e-commerce, particularly among older demographics, leading to permanent shifts in shopping habits. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell predicts a tech-driven economy post-pandemic. Digital capabilities are now essential for business operations, with technology adoption correlating with increased sales and employment. Congress must recognize and support this digital transformation by passing the proposed legislation.