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TITLE 872 INDIANA BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY

Notice of Intent to Adopt a Rule
LSA Document #12-264

Under IC 4-22-2-23, the Indiana Board of Accountancy intends to adopt a rule concerning the following:

OVERVIEW: Amends 872 IAC 1-1-10 by deleting language now overruled by IC 25-1-8-6(d). Repeals 872 IAC 1-1-29, which dealt with the procedure and fee for obtaining a replacement license; replacement licenses are now available free of charge to licensees on the PLA website. Amends 872 IAC 1-3-14 so the provisions of that section apply after 60 days instead of 18 months and modifies the requirements for reactivation to evidence of CPE compliance during the previous completed reporting period and a statement of employment since the expiration of the license. Amends 872 IAC 1-3-17 to eliminate the CPE cure period following the completion of the reporting period. Amends 872 IAC 1-6 to replace all references to "quality review" with "peer review". This change reflects the language in IC 25-2.1-5. Questions or comments concerning the proposed rules may be directed to: Indiana Professional Licensing Agency, Attn.: Compliance Director, Indiana Board of Accountancy, Indiana Government Center South, 402 West Washington Street, Room W072, Indianapolis, IN 46204-2700 or via e-mail at accountancy@pla.in.gov. Statutory authority: IC 23.1-1.5-2-9; IC 25-2.1-2-15; IC 25-2.1-5-8; IC 25-2.1-5-9.

For purposes of IC 4-22-2-28.1, the Small Business Regulatory Coordinator for this rule is:
Brian Cusimano
Indiana Professional Licensing Agency
Indiana Government Center South
402 West Washington Street, Room W072
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 234-3025
brcusimano@pla.in.gov

For purposes of IC 4-22-2-28.1, the Small Business Ombudsman designated by IC 5-28-17-5 is:
Eric P. Shields
Indiana Economic Development Corporation
One North Capitol, Suite 700
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 234-3997
smallbizombudsman@iedc.in.gov
Resources available to regulated entities through the small business ombudsman include the ombudsman's duties stated in IC 5-28-17-5, specifically IC 5-28-17-5(9), investigating and attempting to resolve any matter regarding compliance by a small business with a law, rule, or policy administered by a state agency, either as a party to a proceeding or as a mediator.

Posted: 05/23/2012 by Legislative Services Agency

DIN: 20120523-IR-872120264NIA
Composed: Jul 23,2014 8:32:24AM EDT
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