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State Board Report

September 2015

All comments on the proposed revisions to the Statement on Standards for Continuing Profession Education Programs should be sent to Jessica Luttrull (jluttrull@nasba.org) by Thursday, October 1, 2015.

Key features of the new standards are the addition of two new CPE delivery methods, nano-learning and blended learning, and the requirement that CPE providers maintain license information and status of CPA, tax attorney and/or enrolled agents that are used in the development of accounting, auditing and tax programs.

The proposed revisions were developed by the Standards Working Group and the AICPA/NASBA CPE Standards Committee. Maria L. Caldwell, Esq., NASBA chief legal officer and director of compliance services stated: "The currently available delivery methods have remained, but the new nano-learning and blended learning delivery methods reflect the need for learning that is more personalized and on demand."

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