DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- Iowa's governor has announced that she's fired the director of the Iowa Finance Authority over a sexual harassment complaint.
Gov. Kim Reynolds announced Saturday in a news release that Dave Jamison has been fired, effective immediately.
The written release says Reynolds' office was made aware Friday night of "credible allegations of sexual harassment against Director Jamison." The release did not give any details of the allegations.
Reynolds has named IFA Chief Programs Officer Carolann Jensen as interim director.
Jamison was named the organization's director in January 2011. Before his appointment, he served as Story County Treasurer from 1995 to 2010.
Jamison could not be reached for comment Saturday.