Tag Archives: Patricia Hartman

10th Anniversary of CBT on April 5

State Board Report March 2014 Executive Directors joined NASBA President Ken Bishop in heralding the upcoming tenth anniversary of the conversion of the Uniform CPA Examination to computer-based testing (CBT) from a paper-and-pencil based examination. Accompanied by a video presentation of exploding fireworks, those at the 2014 Executive Director and State Board Staff Conference, held…

Getting to Know: CBT Examination Administration Committee

Author: Andy Goldstein, NASBA Electronic Media Specialist and Webmaster
Posted: May 30, 2013

Navigating the CPA Exam Application Process

Author: Andy Goldstein, NASBA Electronic Media Specialist and Webmaster
Posted: May 21, 2012

Georgia Board Averts Consolidation

State Board Report April 2012 Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp has stepped back from his plan to take authority from 43 licensing boards, which govern 460,000 professionals, and give it to a new seven-consumer-member board appointed by the governor (SB 445). His goal is to expedite the professional licensing and license renewal procedures. “If…

Vets Covered for CPA Exam

State Board Report January 2012 The Uniform CPA Examination has been approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs as a certification test that veterans in any state can take and have the expense eligible for reimbursement of up to $2,000. In addition, military spouses of active duty service members are covered under the Department of…

NASBA’s Licensing Library Aids International Exam Licensure

Authors:
Patricia Hartman, NASBA Director of Client Services;
Maria-Lisa Caldwell, Esq., NASBA General Counsel and Director of Compliance Services;
Rebecca Gebhardt, NASBA Manager of Compliance Services
Posted: November 17, 2011

Changes In Score Release Process Mean Faster Results

Author: Patricia Hartman, NASBA Director of Client Services
Posted: October 18, 2011

NASBA Launches International Exam Sites To Meet Global Demand

Author: Patricia Hartman, NASBA Director of Examination Operations
Posted: August 9, 2011