Founded in 1908, the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) has served as an association dedicated to enhancing the effectiveness of the country’s 55 state boards of accountancy for more than 100 years. As a driving force within the accounting profession, NASBA accomplishes its mission by creating a forum for accounting regulators and practitioners to address issues relevant to the viability of the accounting profession. NASBA takes pride in offering its member boards a rich portfolio of products and services, all designed to effectively aid boards in their goal to protect the public.
The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) also continues to develop and positively impact the ethical climate of business by hosting training events and awards programs recognizing outstanding ethical individuals and organizations.
NASBA is privileged to have established a reputation as a trusted resource in regulatory and professional services.
For more information, please see NASBA’s 100th Annual History Book, entitled 100 Years of NASBA: Serving the Public Interest.
Enhance the effectiveness and advance the common interests of the Boards of Accountancy.
An effectively regulated accounting profession’s impact on the economy can be profound. Confidence in those professional services positively impacts capital markets and is in the public interest.
NASBA will provide Boards of Accountancy the highest level of support in their regulation of the profession by:
Our values drive how we go about meeting the spirit of our mission and vision.
NASBA is committed to:
Actively pursue operational excellence in all areas by:
Enhance and maintain enforcement capabilities of Boards of Accountancy by:
Legislative & Regulatory Support
Provide a comprehensive monitoring and response network to Boards of Accountancy on regulatory and legislative issues that affect the Boards, the public, and the profession by:
Support State Sovereignty
Vigorously support the authority of the Boards of Accountancy to regulate their licensees by:
Establish and maintain effective relationships with Board of Accountancy members and staff, and other stakeholders by:
Education & Training
Help Boards of Accountancy develop the capacity of their board members, staff and legal counsel by:
Effectively promote ethical behavior in the profession by:
Provide technology leadership and support to the Boards of Accountancy by:
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