State hires investigator to look into alleged corruption in Beshear administration
Kentucky Press News Service
FRANKFORT – Finance and Administration Secretary William M. Landrum III Thursday announced the appointment of Kenneth F. Bohac as the Finance Cabinet’s Inspector General, effective May 2. Bohac has a 21-year
The appointment follows the recent announcement by Gov. Matt Bevin that his administration would undertake a broad investigation into evidence and allegations of widespread public corruption in Kentucky’s executive branch. According to the Louisville Courier-Journal, Bevin read a public statement in which he alleged the Steve Beshear administration had pressured
“I am extremely pleased that Ken Bohac has
In discussing his appointment, Bohac said in a statement, “It is with great honor that I assume the
Prior to joining the U.S. Marshals Service, Bohac worked as an accountant and financial systems analyst for several private companies. Bohac was born in Chicago, and received his B.A. in Accounting from Western Illinois University in 1977, and an MBA from Lewis University in 1988.