Top 20 US firm Reznick Group has appointed former Secret Service
special agent Kenneth Donohue as a principal in the firm’s
government services group, effective next month.

Donohue’s role involves focusing on fraud and
abuse, compliance, and prevention and protection internal controls
on behalf of the firm’s federal, state and local government
clients.

Donohue has been Inspector General for the US
Department of Housing and Urban Development for the past eight
years and assisted in the federal government’s investigations into
fraud in the mortgage industry. 

He previously worked as a special agent of the
Secret Service, a US federal law enforcement agency, for more than
20 years before being named assistant director of investigations
for the Resolution Trust Corporation.

“Ken Donohue brings to Reznick Group and our
clients a storied career in public service and unmatched expertise
in the prevention and detection of fraud, waste and abuse in the
mortgage industry,” Reznick Group’s managing principal and chief
executive Ken Baggett said. “Donohue’s addition to Reznick Group is
yet another step on the part of our government services group’s
goal to bolster our service offerings for federal agencies.”

Reznick Group is a member firm of IGAF
Worldwide.