NACC Announces Updated Ethics Accountability Statement Process

Video Message from Erica Cohen Moore

Message from Erica Cohen Moore

NACC Executive Director

Greetings NACC Members,

NACC members have been required to sign the Ethics Accountability Statement when becoming a member of NACC, when applying for certification, and every five years when they renewed certification. Members who did not pursue certification have not been required to sign the Statement after their initial membership application.

Beginning in 2023, the NACC will require all members (no matter their certification status) to sign the Ethics Accountability Statement annually. Much consideration went into making this change and I extend gratitude to the Ethics Commission and the Board of Directors for their work. Please review the Vision article that provides more information about the rationale behind this change.

The yearly process will be facilitated using DocuSign. DocuSign offers eSignature, a way to sign electronically on different devices with ease. Every NACC member will receive an invitation sent via DocuSign to sign the Ethics Accountability Statement. You do not need to have a DocuSign account to sign the form.

The NACC Office is currently finalizing information and instructions for this new process. All information will be published on the NACC website by Jan 31.

Anytime a new process is implemented there are always growing pains. We thank the NACC community in advance for their grace as we work through the bumps.

Webinar ~ Discussion & How To Demo

January 31, 2023

9am PT, 10am MT, 11am CT, 12pm ET

The NACC invites members to a FREE Webinar to discuss the new Ethics Accountability Statement process. During this webinar we will provide a “how-to” demonstration with step-by-step instructions on how to sign the ethics accountability statement electronically and we will answer any questions that you have. The webinar will be recorded and made available to members.

Please click to join the webinar

Passcode: 4915


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