This Regulatory Model qualifies individuals for public practice that have 1)met specific minimum educational requirements; 2)demonstrated ability by passing a thorough uniform examination; 3) obtained appropriate experience under the supervision of others; 4) maintained current competency  through continuous education; and, 5) compiled with rigorous on-going regulatory processes that emphasize quality assurance.

This Testimony highlights the role of NASBA and State Boards as integral parties of this regulatory model, provides comments pertaining to the value and efficacy of State Boards, and emphasizes assurance to a trusting public that auditors adhere to appropriate professional standards.

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Statement Letter to the Department of Treasury

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