The National Accreditation Commission reported on the progress of the A1CPA's three specialized credentials (PFS, ABV, CITP).
What does NAC stand for?
NAC stands for National Accreditation Commission
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- Naphthenic Acid Corrosion (petroleum refining industry)
- Narrow Angle Camera (US NASA)
- NASA Advisory Committee
- NASA Advisory Council
- Nashville Aquatic Club (Nashville, TN)
- Nation of Asiatic Communists
- National Ability Center (Park City, Utah)
- National Academy of Construction
- National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Programs
- National Acquisition Center (DVA)
- National Action Committee (on the Status of Women)
- National Activation Center
- National Addiction Centre
- National Adjudicatory Council
- National Administrative Council (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics)
- National Administrator's Credential
- National Adoption Center
- National Advertising Campaign
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The AICPA PFP Executive Committee and the PFS Credential & Exam Committee, along with the National Accreditation Commission, developed and implemented new guidelines for the Personal Financial Specialist (PFS) designation, effective Jan.
The National Accreditation Commission reported on the proposed Forensic Accounting Credential.
The National Accreditation Commission (NAC), an AICPA committee formed to provide a means for identifying and advocating new areas of specialization that warrant an accreditation program, now offers the following accreditation programs with more to come: Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV), Information Technology accreditation (IT) and Personal Financial Specialist (PFS).
The PFP Executive Committee is working with the National Accreditation Commission, a new senior AICPA committee, in considering a "point system" similar to the IT accreditation model to foster greater flexibility of entry into the PFS accreditation program.