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Blue & Co., LLC Welcomes Thomas Skoog to the Firm

COLUMBUS, Ohio (May 10, 2017) – Blue & Co. is excited to welcome Thomas Skoog as a Principal in IT Risk Management to the firm. He joined the firm on May 1, and is located in the Columbus, Ohio office, however, he will be traveling to all of our offices to assist our clients’ IT needs.

As leader of this practice, Skoog brings over 25 years of experience in IT Risk Management. Most recently, he established Technology Risk Consultants (TRC) providing outsourced IT advisory services to closely held businesses.

Prior to TRC, Thomas Skoog was a Principal (non-CPA partner) with KPMG where he was responsible for growing the regional IT Risk Management practice from two to over 45 professionals over a 13-year period. Skoog also has experience working with a wide variety of industries including, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, financial services, and government.

About Blue and Co.

Blue & Co., LLC is an independent accounting and advisory firm with more than 450 people in 13 offices across Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Texas. With over 45 years of experience, Blue & Co.’s public accounting expertise includes the practice areas of assurance, tax compliance and consulting, healthcare consulting, benefit plan services, valuation and litigation support, and business services. Its industry specializations include healthcare, construction, nonprofit, manufacturing & distribution, technology, financial services organizations, and agribusiness.

For more information, please visit www.blueandco.com.

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