Nebraska Board of Public Accountancy Launches a New Website

The Nebraska Board of Public Accountancy, which protects the welfare of the citizens of the State of Nebraska by assuring the competency of persons licensed as Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), has launched a new, mobile-responsive website.

“The updated website is full of information,” said Executive Director Dan Sweetwood. “It’s mobile responsive, the content is reorganized, it’s easy to navigate, it’s what we set out to do. My hat is off to the Nebraska Interactive team that built our new website with our Board staff. The collaboration was critical to configure the content and define the look and feel. We are ecstatic with the outcome.”

The website has a modern and updated look with content areas in a layout built for efficiency. One of the most important items featured is the ‘Latest News’. Now with the ability to edit the website, the Board can add additional information and manage and maintain it in a more fluid fashion.

“This is just one more opportunity to serve the citizens and businesses of Nebraska. Every agency or Board has content which is important to their audience and we are happy to bring it to fruition with this new website,“ said Brent Hoffman, General Manager of Nebraska Interactive. “Security in the form of vetting the appropriate professionals assists our State and we’re on board with that.”



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