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PRIMA Has Replaced PRISM
We have replaced the Peer Review Information System Manager (PRISM) with an all-electronic, interactive system called the Peer Review Integrated Management Application (PRIMA).
Unsure where to begin? Check out Getting Started in PRIMA.
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In the Spotlight
Please join us for the 2023 Peer Review Conference to be held from July 31 – August 2, 2023, at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and virtually. This year, we are offering a dual online track for general sessions so attendees from later time zones do not have to participate at 8:00am ET.
Featuring articles on the May PRB meeting, PRPM updates, peer review preparation, Yellow Book Q&A for peer reviewers, and the revised SOC 2 Peer Review checklist.
The following Peer Review training courses have been updated and are now available on the AICPA Store:
• AICPA Peer Review Technical Reviewer Update Course
• AICPA Peer Review Must-Select Industry Update: Government Auditing Standards
Register for the Becoming an AICPA Peer Review Team or Review Captain: Case Study Application Course
This course serves as part of the initial training requirement to perform peer reviews and will be held as a series of live webcasts in May, July and October/November 2023.
SOC Experience Needed
Know a SOC specialist who could serve on a peer review? Send them to our SOC page.
Create or Update Your Peer Reviewer Resume
Here you can either enter or update your resume.
Firm Training required by Report Acceptance Bodies (RABs)
RABs are now required to assign AICPA courses related to Enhancing Audit Quality (EAQ) select focus areas as corrective actions or implementation plans when:
- significant deficiencies, deficiencies and findings are identified related to these areas and
- CPE is determined to be the necessary follow up action.
RABs may assign or allow an alternative course if it meets the learning objectives of the AICPA course (as described in the product page of the AICPA’s online store). We would certainly encourage RABs to look first to these courses to help firms remediate issues identified in these areas.
For more information, visit the Firm Training required by Report Acceptance Bodies (RABs) page.
Enhancing Audit Quality: A Data-Driven Approach
The AICPA’s Enhancing Audit Quality initiative (EAQ) aims to drive high-quality audit performance in an evolving business environment. How? By transforming audit data into valuable insights and tools to support auditors, auditees and other stakeholders.More on AICPA TV
Peer Review Board Meetings and Materials
The next open session meeting of the AICPA Peer Review Board (PRB) will be held on Thursday, September 7, 2023. To register for the next PRB open session meeting, please complete and submit the registration form.
Download the materials for the May 3, 2023 open session.
National Peer Review Committee (NPRC)
Firms are required to have their peer review administered by the NPRC if they are required to be registered with and inspected by the PCAOB or if they perform audits of non-SEC issuers pursuant to the standards of the PCAOB.
If your firm is not required to have its review administered by the National PRC, but it chooses to do so, please notify your current administering entity. Your firm will be subject to the NPRC administrative fee structure.
For more information, go to the NPRC page.
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