AICPA Bylaw Section 220R 


    Implementing Resolution Under Section 2.2
    Requirements for Admission to Membership

    As amended
    October 24, 1994,
    unless otherwise indicated

    Under Sections 2.2.3 and 2.3.4 to Implement the Practice-Monitoring Requirement

    Resolved:

        .01  That the Board of Directors is authorized to establish within the Institute a peer review division governed by an executive committee named the "peer review board" having senior status with authority to carry out the activities of the division. The primary activities of the division will be to establish and conduct, in cooperation with state CPA societies, practice-monitoring programs for AICPA and state society members engaged in the practice of public accounting. Such activities shall not conflict with the policies and standards of the AICPA and shall be subject to the oversight of the Board of Directors. The nominees to serve on the peer review board shall be selected by the AICPA nominations committee and elected by Council.

    [As revised by Council May 15, 2000.]

    Further Resolved:

        .02  A firm within the description of subparagraph A of Council Resolution Concerning Rule 505 shall be required to enroll in an Institute-approved practice-monitoring program. An individual engaged in the practice of public accounting in a firm not within the description of Subparagraph A of Council Resolution Concerning Rule 505, but who performs compilations of financial statements in accordance with the Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review Services shall be enrolled in an Institute-approved practice-monitoring program. A firm or individual enrolled in a practice-monitoring program established herein shall be deemed to be enrolled in an approved practice-monitoring program under sections 2.2.3 and 2.3.4 of the bylaws. A firm or individual which is dropped for disciplinary reasons from enrollment in a practice-monitoring program established herein is ineligible to enroll in another Institute-approved practice-monitoring program until the cause of the disciplinary action is removed.

    [As amended by Council October 28, 1997; revised May 15, 2000; revised November 6, 2007.]

    Further Resolved:

        [.03]  [Deleted May 15, 2000.]



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