The VBOA is looking for volunteers to serve on the Ethics Committee and the Peer Review Oversight Committee.
Both committees encourage Active CPAs who have experience with ethics and peer review to serve in this volunteer role. Learn more and apply for the Ethics Committee or PROC online through the VBOA website.
The Ethics Committee meets at least annually to develop and make a recommendation to the VBOA for a proposed outline for next year’s Virginia-Specific Ethics Course. Members on the committee serve 3-year terms with the next term beginning July 1, 2020. Ethics Committee members cannot be current VBOA members or members of the Virginia Society of CPAs Board of Directors. Members must also be in good standing with all governing bodies, including state boards of accountancy.
The Peer Review Oversight Committee monitors sponsoring organizations to provide reasonable assurance that peer reviews are being conducted and reported on in accordance with the relevant standards. The Committee reports the conclusions and recommendations to the VBOA annually. Members serve 3-year terms. PROC members should have extensive experience in accounting and auditing and currently or recently be in the practice of public accountancy at the partner level or an otherwise appropriate level, as determined by the VBOA. They must be members of the VSCPA and AICPA but cannot be current members of the VBOA or its committees, the VSCPA Board of Directors, Peer Review or Professional Ethics Committee or the AICPA’s Peer Review Board or the Professional Ethics Executive Committee, including any subcommittees.