Las Vegas (June 24 2003) -- Mike Dickson, chairman of the Ohio Society of CPAs, emerged as part of a group working to save the Certified Information Technology Professional designation at the American Institute of CPAs Tech 2003 conference, here.
Dickson, a Columbus, Ohio, CPA and CITP holder, who recently took over chairmanship of the Ohio Society, said he is part of a CITP Retention Committee that's developing a new business plan for the credential that could ultimately be submitted to the AICPA’s governing council. The AICPA in April began the process of researching new strategies for CITP and two other designations it created but has had trouble supporting due to limited resources.
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