NASBA is excited to announce that participation in the Accountancy Licensee Database (ALD) and has now reached 53 Boards of Accountancy. The milestone came last week when the Delaware State Board of Accountancy completed implementation for their dataset as a part of the Delaware Professional Regulation Online Service (DELPROS) system upgrade. Delaware’s data was officially added to the national database on Wednesday, July 1, 2020.

Originally launched in 2005, the ALD is a central repository of current CPA licensee and CPA firm information created to assist Boards of Accountancy with regulatory efforts. is the public facing version of that database and provides the public free access to a CPA’s license status. The goal is for the database to continue to grow to 100% participation by the 55 accounting jurisdictions.

A special thank you to all the many dedicated Board Members, Executive Directors, Legal Counsel, IT personnel and other Board Staff that have contributed to this achievement.

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