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AAPAAmerican Academy of Physician Assistants
AAPAAmerican Association of Port Authorities
AAPAAmerican Association of Physical Anthropologists
AAPAAmerican Association of Public Accountants (now American Institute of Certified Public Accountants)
AAPAAsian American Psychological Association
AAPAAmerican Association of Pathologists' Assistants
AAPAAustralian Asphalt Pavement Association (est. 1969; Australia)
AAPAAmerican Art Pottery Association
AAPAAboriginal Areas Protection Authority (statutory authority, Northern Territory of Australia, for Aboriginal sacred site)
AAPAAmerican Amateur Press Association
AAPAAssociation of Authorised Public Accountants (UK)
AAPAAmerican Association of Professional Apiculturists (Falcon Heights, MN)
AAPAAmerican Association of Psychiatric Administrators
AAPAAssociate, Annuity Products and Administration (Life Office Management Association designation)
AAPAAssociation of Asian Pacific Airlines
AAPAAcetoacet-P-Anisidide (pigment)
AAPAAll African Pool Association
AAPAAlert Aircraft Parking Area
AAPAArizona Aquifer Protection Association
AAPAAnnals of the American Psychotherapy Association
AAPAApplicant's Admitted Prior Art (patents)
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In an 1889 address, James Yalden, then president of the American Association of Public Accountants (an ancestor of the AICPA), noted:
* A committee of the American Association of Public Accountants (the AAPA--a predecessor of the AICPA) is appointed to help the federal Keep Commission introduce business methods into government, un important Progressive Era goal.
He also made other contributions to the profession of public accountancy, including being a founding member of the American Association of Public Accountants (AAPA), the ancestor of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and serving as the fast president of the Federation of Societies of Public Accountants, a short-lived organization that subsequently merged with the AAPA.
The premiere issue included a "Book Department" and a "Notes From Correspondents" section recapping state society events and state accounting legislation for ten states, It also summarized the most recent annual meeting of the American Association of Public Accountants and published the names of all 601 AAPA members.
The American Association of Public Accountants opens in 1887 with 31 members.
The profession takes the first steps toward organization with the formation of the American Association of Public Accountants. However, since the profession has no statutory base, the group's influence is limited.
The rival American Association of Public Accountants (AAPA), founded in 1887, emulated the traditions of the British profession of chartered accountancy.
The editors of the Journal, which was published under the auspices of the American Association of Public Accountants (a forerunner of the American Institute of CPAs), announced that the launching of the magazine marked "the beginning of a movement which has for its object the establishment of accountancy in law and opinion as a learned profession."
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