AICPA Honors a CPA/CITP


AICPA Honors a CPA/CITP
RThe Institute in May presented the first annual Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP) Lifetime Achievement Award to Dana “Rick” Richardson, CPA, at the AICPA Tech 2004 Conference in Las Vegas. The citation recognized Richardson’s work with the profession—during a 28-year career at Ernst & Young—to advance information technology. He now is CEO of a high-tech consulting firm in Ridgefield, Connecticut. The CITP credential is available exclusively to CPAs who meet rigorous professional requirements for IT expertise.

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