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Gov. Bevin appoints Department of Defense vet director of state Homeland Security office

Has two decades experience in Department of Defense

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Feb. 8, 2016) — Gov. Matt Bevin today announced the appointment of John Holiday as executive director of the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security. Holiday had worked extensively in the Department of Defense in U.S. Special Operations for the past two decades.

“John Holiday brings a wealth of experience to this important position,” said Bevin. “He has an exceptional set of qualifications to lead our preparedness efforts and will be an asset to our local, state and federal partners.”

In addition to his work with the Department of Defense, Holiday has served as the Certified Deputy Inspector General for the Labor Cabinet, Environmental and Energy Cabinet and the Department of Public Protection.

“I’m excited to join Gov. Bevin’s team, and I look forward to using my diverse experience in leading this important and relevant office,” Holiday said.

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