The Small Business Administration, in conjunction with the Treasury Department, released guidelines Thursday aimed at preventing large businesses from accessing small business loans under the Paycheck Protection Program.

The House is due to vote Thursday on increasing PPP funds by $320 billion and also approved a House Rules Committee plan to create a select subcommittee to oversee the distribution of those PPP funds.

Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., said in a Thursday afternoon webcast hosted by the American Council for Capital Formation that the new PPP funds “will be available tomorrow.”

The PPP loans, 1.6 million of which were issued “during the first tranche” of the program, Cardin said, are intended to “keep small business workforces together during this pandemic so that people are employed, but more importantly, for our economy, that a small business has its workforce united and ready to respond when this virus is under control.

In guide to frequently asked questions just publishedwhich updates previous guidance, the SBA states in Q&A #31 that “A public company with substantial market value and access to capital markets is unlikely to be able to make the [loan] certification in good faith, and such company must be prepared to demonstrate to SBA, upon request, the basis of its certification.