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State Board Report

February 2015

The Accountancy Licensee Database (ALD) and CPAverify have both reached the 50-Board mark.

Addressing the NASBA Board of Directors on January 23, NASBA President Ken L. Bishop congratulated the Accountancy Boards’ and NASBA’s staff for working together to create the most comprehensive professional database in the United States, surpassing those of all other licensed professions. The databases not only provide invaluable information to State Boards monitoring interstate practice, but also to corporations, CPA firms and federal agencies who need access to up-to-date CPA records.

The most recent addition to the ALD was the New Jersey Board of Accountancy and to CPAverify was the Minnesota State Board of Accountancy. Through upgrades and overhauls of licensing systems, Boards’ staff have actively worked to keep their data feed working smoothly with the ALD and CPAverify.

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