Nominate an Outstanding CPA in Government


The AICPA is seeking nominations for the 2010 Outstanding CPA in Government Award. The award recognizes the achievements of individual CPAs employed in government and promotes the CPA designation as the premier professional credential for accounting, auditing, and finance professionals in government.

 

Nominations for the annual award can be submitted until May 14 by state societies, members at large, federal, state or local government agencies, or other professional associations. Visit tinyurl.com/ybo7bfu to learn more about the award and access the nomination form.

 

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