Nashville (July 18, 2011)
By Michael Cohn, Accounting Today
The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy has launched a newly redesigned Web site.
The Nashville-based association has reorganized the content on the site to emphasize the most highly trafficked parts of the old Web site. The new site features information specific to the CPA Examination, licensure process, and how to maintain a CPA license.
It also contains a new Member Center dedicated to state board members and their staff. An expanded international section features a greater array of global issues.
The new Media and Resources Center on the site includes newsletters, publications, press releases, videos, photos and other features. The site also contains social media features to expand its reach to younger constituents.
“In addition to state boards, we must also keep in mind the CPA professional and examination candidate, both very important groups with which we maintain day-to-day contact,” said NASBA president and CEO David Costello.
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