BluLine Security Consulting LLC | Corporate Summary and FAQ
BluLine Security Consulting is among a select few with the highest standards and acts only in the best interest of you, our client. We value each and every new relationship with the highest regard, because we know that it is the success of our clients that determines ours. BluLine is on track to setting new industry standards and becoming the primary source for training development, security assessments and advising. Our connections and extension of public safety guarantees every client receives training, assessments and advice from real experts who have the training, experience and knowledge necessary for keeping people safe.
BluLine is a valuable knowledge and resource center specialized in “Threat Readiness”. We are focused on physical security risk management, active shooter response training and security advising. Security assessments are comprehensive, strategic and specific to each client. Our training programs are tailored to your organization and are specific to your concerns, exposures and property. We believe in reinforcing muscle-memory and keeping things simple, so a major part of our training is open to facilitate group discussions and conduct scenarios. These strategies help you think outside-the-box and open your eyes to the many tools and resources available – which, may have otherwise gone unnoticed. The success of any business depends on the ability to develop and maintain meaningful relationships, which is why we are committed, first and foremost, to earning your trust and respect.
Risk and Commitment Free
You have nothing to lose, except the time and money from ignored hazards.
We promise never to force-fit or rush you into anything until you are ready. For your convenience, BluLine never charges for time during initial assessments, consultations or pre-launch meetings – not for personal, phone or email time. BluLine strives to remain one of the most ethical, transparent and practical firms. If given the opportunity to earn your business and add value to your organization, we will become your valuable security resource for risk management, security assessments and active shooters.
Consultations are impartial to product recommendations as BluLine Security Consulting is not associated or affiliated with any product or service. BluLine acts in the best interest of our clients and the advice and recommendations from BluLine isn’t based on commission – we put your mission first. Our team of active and retired police officers deliver services backed by the best products and plans guaranteed to suit your needs.
Security Risk Assessments and Active Shooter Response Training Documents
Security Consulting | Frequently Asked Questions
What are the requirements and laws that govern the need to conduct security assessments and train employees?
State and Local Laws: Security and safety is governed by state premise liability laws. Premise liability is the requirement of land and property owners to make the property safe to occupants by identifying potential problems and ensuring proper safeguards are established to ensure the safety of others – doing your due diligence and expressing due regard.
When owners or managers are unable to show they addressed safety and security concerns, they are directly exposed to negligence related – negligent and inadequate security.
Federal Laws: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has guidelines for employers related to health and safety. In summary, employers are required to identify and mitigate workplace “recognized hazards”. With the increasing threat of active shooters, they too are considered recognized hazard, and therefore require preventative measures.
A quick google search will show the hundreds of millions of dollars companies pay out from Negligent Security claims. Negligent security and premise liability attorneys consider one thing when deciding to file a lawsuit;
Negligence arises when the landowner or employer “knew or should have known about the danger and made no effort to fix it”.
With this knowledge, employers and landowners can proactively take measures which will minimize or eliminate the exposure to negligence. These actions include conducting security assessments, improving or adding new security, training and the use of posted signs and placards to warn of the potential danger.
What services are offered by BluLine Security Consulting?
Security Assessments / Risk Assessments
Active Shooter / Workplace Violence Training
Security Advisors, Chief Security Officers and Director of Security
Security Policies and Procedures
Security Expert Witnesses
Can you help us determine the best level of security for our organization and give us your opinion regarding our current security?
Yes, absolutely. The most challenging time for many organizations is the period when they are too small to have a formal security program in place, yet big enough to begin experiencing the security problems faced by a larger company.
BluLine Security Consulting helps organizations through this period of transition. We generally recommend that a Security Assessment be conducted as the first step in developing a security program for your company. This assessment will identify your company’s security risks and help establish priorities for how security will be managed as your company continues to grow.
What is the Mission of BluLine Security Consulting?
Our mission is “Threat Readiness” – providing a culture of preparedness centered on safety. Our clients receive threat-ready solutions to security problems through risk management, security assessments and training. The goal is to eliminate exposure from liability arising from crime, negligent security, premise liability, workplace violence and active shooters.
Can you provide pricing and a summary of services?
Yes, we provide pricing and explain our services thoroughly. This information is provided after confirming the request is for legitimate business purposes. We will then provide detailed pricing, review security reports, methodology, policies, procedures, training material and other items as requested.
What is commercial “Threat Readiness”?
The term “Threat Ready” is the idea of becoming ready in advance of threatening incidents. This concept involves the proactive actions taken by employers which exposes security vulnerabilities, weakness and provide the ability to mitigate these exposures – proactive v reactive.
BluLine specializes in threat ready solutions related to inadequate security, crime, violence and active shooters.
What is a Security Assessment?
A security assessment is a comprehensive review and inspection of security conditions for the purpose of determining the adequacy of security, identifying security weaknesses/exposures and providing recommendations for improvement.
BluLine focuses on physical security risk management and active shooter readiness. This includes making improvements to the actual physical design and construction material, utilizing environmental factors, security systems, alarms, prevention and detection equipment, physical barrier devices, etc. Active shooter readiness is a strategic assessment of conditions for the purpose of ensuring the appropriate measures exist for preventing, detecting and responding to active shooters – including security risk assessments and active shooter response training.
What are “Security Advisers and Security Coordinators”?
Many companies don’t have internal security departments or security managers. BluLine’s expert’s partner with companies for the purpose of acting as your “security adviser”, “chief security officer” (CSO) or “director of security”. This helps relieve companies of security problems by tasking our experts with handling security incidents, physical security concerns and managing security operations, policies and procedures. Essentially, you forward any security related matter to your adviser for a resolution.
We also provide second opinions and guidance to large companies who already have security directors or managers and who require specialize guidance or advice.
Finally, we offer opinions, guidance and can help make decisions with security recommendations or reports issued by other security consultants.
What are the security Policies and Procedures provided by BluLine?
BluLine reviews and develops the following security policies and procedures;
Security Operating Procedures
Emergency Action Plans
Security Master Plans
Active Shooter Response Procedures
Workplace Violence Policies and Procedures
Lock Down and Evacuation Procedures
There are several additional elements to the above plans which are explained in detail to new clients.
What is “Active Shooter Response Training” – How is BluLine any different than other training?
The “Active Shooter Response Training” is a classroom led presentation for employees and employers for the purpose of learning how to prevent, detect and respond to active shooter. We provide information on how to best utilize the resources immediately available for locking down and responding to a shooter – including video, open discussion and police procedures for ensuring compliance with law enforcement and emergency medical services.
We are the best option for this training because our program was developed by police officers who specialize in active shooter response. Therefore, in addition to “Run, Hide, Fight”, we add the important element of “comply”. The compliance element teaches students how to react the law enforcement arrives, how to approach law enforcement and gives you the best understanding of what you should expect to hear and see from police.
BluLine is also best for helping you establish a relationship with your local police department as you law enforcement liaison and we start the process for ensuring your emergency services are aware of you security plans and procedures – minimizing confusion should an incident arise.
What are BluLine’s “Security Expert Witnesses” services?
Our Security Expert Witnesses review security cases and determine proximate cause and opine regarding security adequacy – often personal injury claims related to negligent or inadequate security.
We conduct security assessments, forensically evaluate conditions to make determinations, draw conclusions and opine regarding the foreseeability, standards of care and proximate cause. When reviewing claims of security inadequacies and security negligence, we consider the landowners duty-of-care owed to the occupant and whether appropriate care was taken to address safety.
Does BluLine offer discounts or provide pro-bono work?
Yes, we offer discounted service to local clients, charities and non-profits. Pro bono work is also offered to clients on a case-by-case basis and we consider pro-bono RFP’s from charities, non-profits, religious institutions, and during certain special events and special interest groups.
Terms and conditions apply*
What are some things I can expect as my Return-on-Investment? – ROI
In addition to the obvious health and safety benefits from resolving security problems, some other benefits include;
- Maintain your compliance with industry best practices, regulations and laws.
- Develop a culture of preparedness centered on safety.
- Promote awareness to security concerns and exposures.
- Exhibit due diligence and due regard for the safety of others.
- Identify and mitigate workplace “recognized hazards” as required by OSHA.
- Promote and maintain a safe workplace and establish controls to defend against negligence.
- Save time on money otherwise spent from security incidents / exposures after-the-fact.
- Aids in employee retention and development of stable workforce.
- Optimizes productivity by with effective controls, resolving concerns and fewer absences.
- Project a positive public image with fewer overall incidents and negative air-time.
I’m not sure if our security if adequate or not - Does BluLine offer free security reviews and consultation?
Yes, as a matter of fact, many clients are initially unaware about the adequacy of their security and request a free security review. Security reviews are summary assessments that identify security exposures and give you a general understanding of security conditions. Your security consultant will then provide his or her opinion and make recommendations for improvement.
We also review policies and procedures and make training recommendations to ensure your entire security program is appropriate.
Security incidents can happen anytime – If we partner with BluLine, how fast can we expect a response or reply?
All active clients are provided with 24/hour service and a direct line to your security consultant.
The response time to your location is often on the same day or within 24 hours. This time may vary based on location and availability, however phone access is guaranteed same-day.
Can you help our company maintain a friendly and open-feel working environment, while still making improvements and better security?
Yes. The reality is that most people don’t want to look like fort-Knox because it can turn away business and make you look unapproachable. BluLine has mastered the ability to balance security and convivence, which gives clients the best shot at success. We value and respect the needs of each and every client and will make recommendations and design plans around your specific needs and help find the right balance between maintaining a friendly and open environment, and still providing formidable security solutions.
Did You Know?
People generally wait until after something happens before they call a consultant – everyone, either now (proactive) or later (reactive) will eventually make the call.
By proactively partnering with a security consultant, you increase the likelihood of preventing an incident in the first place – not to mention you optimize your security and safety
Can you tell us if our current security is adequate? And can you tell us how to best use and take advantage of current systems if we aren’t ready to upgrade?
Yes, of course! Security assessments and security reviews are excellent for this. Consider Security Assessments like pest control – if you ignore it, the bugs will eventually show up. Formal security assessments have three (3) major elements. 1. Expose hazards, 2. Identify and Mitigate hazards and 3. Make Upgrades and Implement new strategies. There is also many opportunities where we can lower your costs or where security operations can be optimized to help with your bottom line.
Is the process you call a “Security Assessment” known by other names?
Yes. These names may include “Security Survey”, “Security Audit”, “Risk Analysis”, “Threat Assessment”, “Threat and Vulnerability Assessment” (TVA), “Risk Assessment”, “Security Gap Analysis”, and many others.
BluLine Security Consultants is located in the Washington DC metro area in Alexandria, Virginia.
Our primary service area Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia, but we serve clients in all parts of the United States and are available internationally.
How does a Security Assessment conducted by BluLine Security Consulting compare with those performed by other consultants?
BluLine Security Consulting has a unique position unlike most in the industry and we demonstrate the highest standards. (See a detailed description of our Security Assessment process in Security Assessments).
We are active and retired police officers who know what to look for and how to identify and prevent critical incidents from occurring. After all, “the closest thing to a criminal mind, is a cops mind”. Unlike other consultants who rely on certificates or “attendance” awards to demonstrate proficiency, our experience is derived from real-life exposure as public safety professionals in positions requiring public-trust. Regular duties of our consultants involve handling major crime, critical incidents, and crisis situations. By partnering with BluLine, you’re guaranteed to receive service from consultants who are experts in their field and who have extensive experience and training in threat detection – therefore, specialized in security risk management.
Our Security Reports is another area where BluLine differs from other consultants. We are driven to make security practical and convenient. You succeed with security and achieve security excellence by carefully balancing security and convivence.
First, our solutions are most likely to succeed with clients because we realize the need to introduce security that is not overly technical or complicated. Practical security helps guarantee successful implementation and acceptance by others. Security that is too technical or interrupts normal operations is inconvenient and less likely to be accepted.
Second, our security reports are written in non-technical terms without industry jargon. They are intended to be read by a non-technical reader who may not be familiar with security.
Third, we avoid unnecessary filler and excessive images. It’s common for many consultants to “fluff” security reports with fancy terminology, images and jargon. This tactic distracts the reader from the necessary and important details and may actually indicate a lack of performance by the consultant. Our reports are very detailed, identity exposures and provide recommendations which we believe are necessary to make improvements and establish an excellent standard of care.
Security reports are specific to each client and include images which point to individual exposures and the recommendations to mitigate said exposures.
Finally, our clients receive a strategic action plan with each report. The action plan summarizes top security concerns, recommendations and groups them in order of priority. We provide a list detailing the top-10 most concerning security exposures which allows you to do the most important things first – implementing the remaining recommendations later if desired.
What can I expect in the security assessment report? Is there an “executive summary” or other scope mentioned in the report?
Yes. We include a cover and one to three-page executive summary with every report. The summary can be given to senior executives and others who don’t have enough time to read the whole report.
Visit our blog and document page for free advice and articles on a variety of topics related to Threat-Readiness and physical security risk management.
Is there a specific methodology BluLine uses when conducting risk assessments?
Yes, several and methodology specific to BluLine. We draw upon many best practices and standards which we refer to for ensuring the best outcome for our clients. There are many best-practices and methodologies used by security consultants, some of these include; The CARVER Method developed by US special forces, the RAM developed by Sandia Laboratories for defending critical infrastructure and utilities, and several other strategies from the Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Homeland Security (DHS). BluLine considers the needs of each client and is capable of developing security fit for top-secret government clients, to a 7-11 or laundromat. While we draw on many methodologies and best practices, and because of our extensive experience, we incorporate strategies specific to our company and consultants.
BluLine Security Consulting draws upon methodologies described above and continues to keep track of the latest developments in security and risk assessment strategies. Our assessment methods and techniques have been used for companies ranging from top secret/high security to low security residential clients. Regardless of you threat level, we guarantee your security assessment is based on our experience, technical standards and industry best practices.
What does it cost to have a Security Assessment performed?
The cost depends on several factors and what type of assessment the clients looking for. For security reasons and confidentiality, we don’t publish all of our pricing, however you may request a detailed list after confirming your identity with a member of our executive team. Our formal “security risk assessments” range between $5,000 and $75,000 depending on the size of the facility, number of employees, and complexity of operations (addition of security operating policies, security master plans, emergency evacuation plans, etc.)
Please contact us for your free, no-obligation quotation on the specific cost.
Why does the Security Assessment cost so much, and What’s my Return-on-Investment?
Time and complexity are the two main reasons security assessments are expensive. Security assessments that are conducted by experienced and professional security consultants, are comprehensive and time consuming. The investment made in the security assessment yields many direct benefits, mainly in optimizing productivity and saving time and money – lower liability, exposure and incidents. You must consider that even at the low end, having one security officer working year-round, can cost over $100,000. Security risk assessments and the reports are strategically designed to address your vulnerabilities, mitigate exposures and optimize security conditions. One example of optimization may include the improved use of security, such that you may no longer need security guards; or are able to reduce the number of guards.
By partnering with an expert, i.e., an Independent Security Consultant, you can expect focused and prioritized recommendations made in the security assessment which help keep clients from making unwise investments in expensive security technology (cameras, alarm systems, etc.) that won’t do the job. Often these systems seem like a good idea, but don’t really address the client’s specific security problems.
Finally, a well-designed security program can help cut thefts and losses and reduce liability claims. While it is often difficult to precisely quantify these types of savings, the cost of the security assessment can pale in comparison to the cost of just one major loss or liability claim
How long does it take to have a Security Assessment performed?
A comprehensive security assessment takes about one (1) month to complete. This includes time for a one (1) week assessment and about two (2) weeks of research, development and report writing. Required times may be shorter for smaller projects and longer for larger and more complex projects.
Security consultants with BluLine Security Consulting keep our clients well informed and in “the-loop”. We regularly issue consulting “Update Reports”, which detail the current standing of your project, completed work, recent items and specific needs moving forward to successfully complete the project.
What if we have many locations? Do you recommend that each office has a separate assessment, or can I receive company-wide recommendations?
Risk assessments are site specific and we typically recommended that each location receive an assessment, but we understand this is not always possible for everyone. BluLine also offers company-wide assessments and can issue multi-campus, and multi-property reports, recommendations and plans. If company-wide assessment is requested, we may require floor plans, drawings and/or photographs of the properties which were unavailable for formal review.
It is good practice to conduct individual security assessments at locations where the operations are specialized, high-security and/or top-secret – including corporate headquarters, data and processing centers, research/development and other unique locations.
How often do you recommend that organizations have a Security Assessment performed?
Formal Risk Assessments are recommended at least once every three (3) years, and security audits/compliance reviews are recommended annually – for detecting new exposures and maintaining compliance. Furthermore, anytime you undergo major changes in your business, such as the new construction, moves or major operating changes, you may require a reevaluation sooner.
Do you offer free samples of your assessment reports or provide templates that I can use to conduct my own assessment?
If we believe you are legitimately considering doing business with BluLine, you may request to receive a sample assessment report, only after signing and returning the written non-disclosure agreement. We don’t provide sample reports, templates or pricing to other parties.
Can you help us to implement the security improvements that you recommend?
Absolutely, however we don’t do the actual instillation. We are happy to provide as much or as little assistance as you need. Whiles some of our clients have extensive in-house resources and are able to handle this on their own, many other require some level of assistance to implement the recommendations. BluLine is also available for additional assistance to clients who received security service from other companies who are switching providers and need help with past reports and recommendations.
BluLine Security Consulting specializes in commercial “threat readiness”. We offer security assessments, training and security advising services – including security risk assessments, active shooter/workplace violence training, security plans and procedures, and chief security officers (CSO) and/or security coordinators. We also help clients by providing second-opinions on security reports and recommendations issued by other consultants, determining the adequacy of security, writing requests for security proposals (RFPs), preparing project bids, assisting with selection of vendors and products, development of security policies and procedures, and conducting training for employees and managers.
Our independent security consultants are licensed and insured, experience, college educated, and members of the nation’s leading and most respected security associations – including the International Association of Professional Security Consultants (IAPSC). We are active and retired police officers with over 30 years of experience serving as police officers, police commanders, emergency medical technicians, paramedics, sheriff’s department search and rescue team members, and public safety trainers. We are specialized in security risk management/threat readiness, active shooter readiness and threat detection – we know exactly what it takes to keep people safe.
It’s been said that the closest mind to a criminal is that of a police officer – which is why we’re the best choice for knowing what to look for and how to prevent the unthinkable.
Why can’t my security systems vendor or guard company provide me with advice on how to design my security systems and develop my security programs?
There are a lot of people selling security equipment or other services often call themselves “security consultants”, “security advisors” and “security associates” who are really salesmen for a specific product or service. This is almost always the case with someone who directly sells products, and at the same time considers themselves “security consultants”. They assign this title because it sounds more friendly then using the tile “salesman” for the purpose of selling their product. For this reason alone, because they are product-affiliated, they are unable to make recommendations or include other products.
While they may certainly be experts with their product, they likely lack the wide range of experience, education and technical skills necessary to be a true security consultant. For example, someone who only sells security cameras likely lacks the knowledge necessary to advise or make recommendations regarding protection of confidential information, active shooters or prevention of workplace violence – not to mention, the vast scope of other complex security issues that need to be formally addressed.
While their attempt to appear impartial may not necessarily mean they indented to be deceitful, it certainly reflects the individuals limited scope of knowledge and the natural tendency to want to sell his or her own product.
BluLine Security Consulting is an independent consultancy. As such, our consultants are independent of any product or service, and has no ties to suppliers of security equipment or guard services. BluLine does not entertain request to partner with or receive compensation from anyone other than our clients. (See What is an Independent Security Consultant?)
I am the director of security or security manager for my company. Does calling BluLine reflect poorly on my abilities? Does this mean management will question my abilities?
No, in fact it’s the opposite. Good security experts are fully aware of the need for second opinions and occasional outside assistance. As the security director or security manager, you are likely expected to provide a broad range of service and oversee security on a general level. Most employers, especially of major companies welcome and know there is a need for specialized expertise and guidance from the outside. It’s imperative that you seek specialized expertise for this purpose – not generalists or “jack-of-all-trades”. The most professional and confident professional such as the United States Defense Agencies and physicians understand the need for outside assistance. For example, even though the U.S. government has the best security experts, they’re always seek outside opinions, guidance when confirming the adequacy of their security – including penetration / intrusion testing, countermeasures and counter intelligence. The physician is another good example. Although they are already doctors, they know their limitations and most are generalists in medicine who need outside advice on specialize matters – such as radiologists, hematologists, etc.
Most employers who understand safety will never doubt your ability based on the need for outside specialized assistance. In fact, they will appreciate your ability to demonstrate your core competencies, while recognizing the need for a specialist when the time arises and when conditions warrant it. Undoubtedly, your administrators already (and likely even your boss) rely on consultants and outside assistance for several projects each year. In addition to preventing an unnecessary exposure or incident, there are several benefits to hiring outside help.
Benefits provided by outside assistance [Independent Security Consultants]:
Provide an unbiased, fresh set of eyes and independent opinions.
Experience with the same or similar problems and conditions at other organizations.
Expert understanding of security best practices and latest security technology.
Ability to work full-time on your project, on-site assistance, and respond as needed.
Former experience with formal consulting assignments, report writing, and training.
Ability to remain candid and provide unfiltered opinions – no fear of political influence.
If you want to learn more about the benefits of hiring outside assistance from Independent Security Consultants, visit the BluLineBlog or send us a message.
Our company is under construction and/or we are moving, renovating or in a merger - When is the best time to bring in a security consultant?
The earlier, the better. The best time for security advice is during the planning phase of any project. This ensures you cover all you bases and it is much easier to handle security now rather than making upgrades after the fact. A security consultant should be brought in at the earliest phases of the project. The input provided by a security consultant can impact the site layout and influence the general building design. These areas may include hardening specific doors, windows, walls and the access control hardware, the location of the building, entrance and exit points, parking, lobbies and the use of barrier devices for public/employee separation – and possibly lock-down areas, safe room, first aid/medical stations, security storage and server rooms, etc.
Good security consultants incorporate the use of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) principals during the planning and design phase of your project. CPTED principals will strategically make use of your environment for enhancing security. By including environmental factors with security, you can reduce your reliance on certain security systems, alarms, surveillance systems and physical security barriers and upgrades.
The first mistake is to wait until the planning and design phase is completed before bringing in a security consultant. Security consultants can still make recommendations and design security even after construction is completed, however owners and managers are more reluctance to make changes at this point because of the time and money already invested up during development.
Where is BluLine Security Consulting Located & What Areas do You Serve?
BluLine Security Consulting is located in the DMV region of Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. We are in the city Alexandria, Virginia which is just 10 minutes from Washington DC, accessible via three major U.S. interstates and with access to the areas three major airports – Washington Regan, Dulles International and Baltimore Washington Airport.
The majority of our clients are located in Washington DC, Virginia, Maryland, New York City, Hartford, Boston, West Palm Beach, San Diego and San Francisco.
Our primary service areas are the states of Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia DC, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Florida and California. However, we are always willing to partner with anyone we believe we can be of value to and benefit – remaining practical and cost-effective. Our independent security consultant are available nationally and internationally.
Is a large national or international security consulting firm better qualified than a small independent consulting firm?
No. As a matter of fact, the opposite is often the case. There is no evidence that suggests the quality of service from large firms is better than that provided by a smaller independent firm. As a matter of fact, larger firms are often saturated with inexperienced “consultants” who receive in-house training instead of actual experience on the consultant’s behalf. Smaller firms are often more receptive and able to provide one-on-one time with clients. You can also expect faster access to consultants from smaller firms, because unlike the “nine-to-five” corporate consultant, independent security firms don’t have scheduled down-time and provide availability 24/7 in the event of emergency or urgent needs.
Size aside, all consulting work comes down to one thing – people. Consulting services are performed by individual people, not companies. Therefore, if the large consulting firms assign experience and competent people for your assignment, you will probably get good results. Larger firms employ people from various backgrounds and experience levels and large consulting firms often win contracts using the resumes of their executives or similar for the purpose of winning a bid, but most of the actual work may be assigned to junior, less qualified individuals.
Large firms are also hyper-focused on the need to assign as many billable hours as possible to cover their higher operating expenses. Therefore, larger firms remain under constant pressure to generate “billable hours” to maximize revenue. Lastly, the need to meet revenue targets can get in the way with ethics. It’s harder for consultants with large firms to think long term for you project, because they are so focused on their bottom line and answering to their superiors.
Smaller firms are more focused on relationships, connections and focus on the long-term. Smaller firms are laser-focused on your mission and services from smaller firms aren’t based on commission. Smaller firms focus on generating profits to stay in business and there is less emphasis on short term results. Smaller firms are more likely to work harder to ensure a continued relationship and will place a greater emphasis on developing a long-term and mutually beneficial relationship.
* Discounts and Pro-Bono work are not guaranteed and are issued on a case-by-case basis, only after review and approval by BluLine’s executive team.