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Facilitated State Board Access (FSBA) is a new system that the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) has created to help keep up with the evolving changes in the business and regulatory environments and to address the demand for greater peer review transparency. See our list of Frequently Asked Questions below for information on how FSBA affects your firm's peer review.
Facilitated State Board Access is a system that the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) has created to help keep up with the evolving changes in the business and regulatory environments and to address the demand for greater peer review transparency. See the list of Frequently Asked Questions below that address the impact of this system on your firm's peer review.

Facilitated State Board Access Member - FAQs

  • What is Facilitated State Board Access (FSBA)?

  • What options does my firm have related to the FSBA process?

  • How does my firm benefit from this new Facilitated State Board Access process?

  • Which firms in Illinois and Iowa will be affected by the FSBA process?

  • Will a firm’s peer review information be made public as a result of this new process?

  • Will my firm’s peer review information that is posted to the secure BOA web site be shared with others?

  • Why Facilitated State Board Access?

  • When will Facilitated State Board Access be implemented?

  • What states are participating in the Facilitated State Board Access program?

  • What if my firm changes its mind and wants to opt out after the information has been posted?

  • What happens if my firm already allows its peer review results to be posted to the existing public file as a condition of membership in the GAQC, EBPAQC or PCPS?

  • What if my firm is enrolled in the National Peer Review Committee (NPRC) Peer Review Program?

  • Who do I contact if I have questions?

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Paul Pierson
Director, Professional Standards and Peer Review | 312.517.7610