Davila has extensive experience in curriculum development and has served on numerous state and national panels, including the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy and the joint American Institute of CPAs/NASBA International Qualifications Appraisal Board.
What does IQAB stand for?
IQAB stands for International Qualifications Appraisal Board (North American Certified Public Accountant qualification organization)
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- Intercollegiate Quidditch Association
- Internal Quality Audit
- International Qualifications Assessment (various locations)
- International Quality Associates (Portland, OR)
- International Quality Assurance (various locations)
- International Quidditch Association (fictional sport group)
- International Quilt Association
- International Quizzing Association (est. 2004)
- Internationale Quellensteuer Abkommen (German: Source International Tax Agreements; Switzerland and UK)
- Indianapolis Quality Assurance Association
- Interagency Quality Assurance Committee
- Internal Quality Assurance Cell (performance monitoring group; India)
- Internal Quality Audit Committee
- Inverted Q-Adaptor Function (TMN)
- Iraqi Air Force
- Independent Qualitative Assessors Guild (India)
- Iowa Quality Agriculture Guild
- Information Quality Assurance Programme (National Health Service; UK)
- Institutional Quality Assurance Program (US Department of Education)
- Interlaboratory Quality Assurance Program (Beckman Coulter, Inc.)
Samples in periodicals archive:
International Qualifications Appraisal Board (IQAB), a joint body of the AICPA and the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy, signed a five-year Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) with the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Working with the AICPA Kirch pointed to existing successful joint efforts between the Institute and NASBA, which have produced the Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA), the Model Rules under the UAA and the International Qualifications Appraisal Board.
He is a member of the joint AICPA-NASBA conference committee on the Uniform Accountancy Act and also is liaison to the joint AICPA-NASBA international qualifications appraisal board.
Those institutes, with the CICA, created the International Qualifications Appraisal Board, which studies foreign jurisdictions and makes recommendations about which foreign jurisdiction members can be exempted from taking the Canadian uniform final examination.