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Kenneth M. Donohue, Sr., Sworn In as New HUD Inspector General
WASHINGTON - Housing and Urban Development Secretary Mel Martinez today swore in Kenneth M. Donohue, Sr., as HUD's new Inspector General. Donohue, who came from the private sector where he worked on law enforcement and investigative issues, was appointed by President Bush and unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate on March 22.
"I look forward to a great working relationship with Ken," said Martinez. "His long and noteworthy experience in the public and private sectors makes him an outstanding choice to lead the Inspector General's Office."
In addition to his private sector experience, Donohue's 21 years of federal experience includes serving as Chief of the Investigations Section, Resolution Trust Corporation, and service in the FDIC Office of Legal Counsel's Fraud Unit.
HUD is the nation's housing agency committed to increasing minority homeownership, creating affordable housing opportunities for low-income American's, supporting the homeless, elderly, people with disabilities and people living with AIDS. The Office of Inspector General's mission is independent and objective reporting to the Secretary and the Congress for the purpose of bringing about positive change in the integrity, efficiency, and effectiveness of HUD operations.
For more information, please contact HUD Public Affairs at (202) 708-0685.
Content Archived: April 9, 2010