NASBA offers its CPEtracking service to State Boards of Accountancy to use as an automated tool for conducting their audits of licensee compliance with the Continuing Professional Education (CPE) requirements. Eligible boards are participating in the Accountancy Licensee Database (ALD) with licensee data records that are properly linked across state lines. The platform is configured for CPAs to report CPE hours and documentation to the Boards electronically, and State Boards of Accountancy are provided administrative tools for evaluating submitted credits and documentation for compliance with State Board CPE rules and regulations during the audit process.

The Missouri State Board of Accountancy was the first Board to utilize this program with their 2012 CPE audits and has since opened the service to all of their active licensees to use for storing their CPE information and documentation. The Tennessee State Board of Accountancy started with the platform in 2013 for their active licensees to enter their CPE hours and for the Board staff to perform their CPE audits. In 2014, the Virginia Board of Accountancy and the North Carolina State Board of Certified Public Accountant Examiners utilized the audit service for the first time. The year 2015 brings the Kentucky Board of Accountancy and the Montana Board of Public Accountants to the CPEtracking audit service.

If you are a representative of a State Board of Accountancy who is interested in a web demonstration of the CPE Audit Service platform, please contact us at cpetracking@nasba.org.

Please find a link for participating boards below:

> Kentucky
> Missouri
> Montana
> North Carolina
> Tennessee
> Virginia

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