New York (May 30, 2003) -- Separate grass roots groups of practitioners are reaching out to the American Institute of CPAs with their own plans for the institute’s two specialty certifications that have come under scrutiny - the Personal Financial Specialist, or PFS, and the Certified Information Technology Professional, or CITP.

Representatives of the National Association of CPA Financial Planners, created last year to represent the 3,000 PFS holders, have scheduled a June 30 meeting with AICPA officials to present their plan to take over management of that certification.

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