Appointee Ken Johnson is described as "exceptionally qualified to serve in this role" by NRECA CEO Jim Matheson, while Barry Hart, executive vice president and CEO of the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives, says Johnson is "one of the top co-op managers I have ever worked with." The Department of Agriculture's Rural Utilities Service, to which Johnson has been named, administers programs that provide infrastructure or infrastructure improvements to rural communities, including electric power. The White House announcement of the appointment details some of the Co-Mo Cooperative's achievements under Johnson's leadership.
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