Peer Review

The Alabama Society of CPA's administers the AICPA Peer Review Program.

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Peer Review Integrated Management Application (PRIMA), an online, interactive system that replaces PRISM.

We encourage you to use PRIMAs Knowledge Base help feature to become familiar with the system.

Sign in to PRIMA and click Help in the upper right-hand corner.

To enroll your firm in the Peer Review Program, please contact our peer review staff at 334-834-7650 or email peer.review@ascpa.org.

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