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Technology Implementation and ALD - Ed Barnicott - Friday - Regionals 2011
Technology Implementation and ALD - Ed Barnicott - Friday - Regionals 2011
Technology Implementation and ALD - Ed Barnicott - Friday - Regionals 2011
Technology Implementation and ALD - Ed Barnicott - Friday - Regionals 2011
Technology Implementation and ALD - Ed Barnicott - Friday - Regionals 2011
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Technology Implementation and ALD - Ed Barnicott - Friday - Regionals 2011

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  • 1. ALD State Board Technology Options<br />Ed Barnicott<br />Chief Technology Officer, NASBA<br />June 2011<br />
  • 2. What is ALD?<br />The Accountancy Licensure Database (ALD) is a system that allows states to upload licensing and discipline information to a secure website where it can be shared with other boards of accountancy.<br />
  • 3. Why ALD?<br /><ul><li>ALD allows state board staff to verify the licensing status of CPAs with minimal effort
  • 4. ALD can contain disciplinary action taken by state boards and that information is available to all boards
  • 5. ALD is secure and is only accessible by state board staff members</li></li></ul><li>Why ALD?<br /><ul><li>In the age of Mobility, ALD is the right tool for locating information about CPAs who take advantage of mobility and practice in jurisdictions without obtaining a reciprocal license</li></li></ul><li>ALD First Steps<br />ALD Participating<br />ALD Committed<br />WA<br />VT<br />ME<br />MT<br />ND<br />MN<br />OR<br />NH<br />ID<br />WI<br />SD<br />MA<br />NY<br />WY<br />MI<br />RI<br />CT<br />IA<br />PA<br />NV<br />NE<br />NJ<br />UT<br />OH<br />DE<br />IL<br />IN<br />CO<br />WV<br />CA<br />VA<br />KS<br />MD<br />KY<br />MO<br />DC<br />NC<br />TN<br />AZ<br />OK<br />AR<br />SC<br />NM<br />As of 5/15/11<br />AL<br />GA<br />MS<br />AK<br />TX<br />LA<br />FL<br />CNMI<br />VI<br />PR<br />GU<br />No ALD Action at this time<br />HI<br />
  • 6. How to: ALD<br /><ul><li>Participation in the ALD requires only that a state board send licensing and disciplinary information to NASBA in a secure format
  • 7. Standard data formats are published
  • 8. Help is available from NASBA’s IT Department, contact kdenny@nasba.org</li></li></ul><li>Questions?<br />Ed Barnicott<br />Chief Technology Officer<br />National Association of State Boards of Accountancy<br />615-880-4204<br />ebarnicott@nasba.org<br />

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