Chicago (Jan. 10, 2003) -- Accounting firm Thomas Havey has instituted new internal procedures in response to the accounting scandal at its Washington office.

The Chicago-based firm, ranked 34th on Accounting Today's Top 100 Firms list, has replaced the senior management team in place at the time of the scandal and instituted checks and balances recommended by former U.S. Secretary of Labor Ray Marshall, whom it retained to review its operations.

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