What is a Designated Administrator?
Designated Administrators have special privileges and powers to manage their business at OSCPA. You must be identified as an administrator in the Society's database, and you must login to orcpa.org to access the many administrative functions listed below.
As a Designated Administrator you can:
Manage your company details in My Business
- Invite an individual to join your business (or any branch of your business)
- Remove an individual from your business (or any branch)
- Update business/firm information (address, phone, etc.)
- Add a branch office
Manage dues and CPE and Events registration for employees
- Pay dues for any OSCPA members at any branch of your business
- Register any individuals from your business (or any branch) for CPE courses or OSCPA events via the online catalog.
When logged in a as a designated administrator, you will be able to register several employees simultaneously by selecting multiple names from a list on the course or event webpage.
If you're a Designated Administrator at a public accounting firm, you can also:
- Apply for your firm to become an OSCPA Firm Member (free)
- Enroll or update your firm in the Find-a-CPA Directory
- Pay your firm peer review fees
Start taking advantage of your administrative powers!
Need more information? To learn more about being a designated administrator, contact Member Services, 503-641-7200 / 800-255-1470, ext. 4.Log in now