Questions about whether he’s been contacted by federal prosecutors in their review of the Moreland Commission’s work should be directed to the U.S. attorney, Gov. Andrew Cuomo told reporters in Albany on Wednesday.

Cuomo’s handling the commission — including his office’s reported involvement in directing subpoenas — and its subsequent shutting down are part of an inquiry by U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara.

“You should ask the U.S. attorney those questions,” Cuomo said when asked if he had been contacted by prosecutors. “I don’t want to comment on what the U.S. attorney is doing or not doing.”

Cuomo reiterated his office is cooperating with the investigation.

The governor’s campaign is paying for white-collar criminal defense attorney Elkan Abramowtiz to represent the executive chamber in its dealings with the Bharara’s office.

“You should ask the U.S. attorney what he’s doing, who he’s talking to,” Cuomo said. “I’ve said we’re cooperating anyway we can.”

Bharara, speaking on Tuesday at a breakfast forum put on by Crain’s New York, would not go into details as to what his office was reviewing when it come to the Moreland Commission.

Bharara also said the investigation isn’t being conducted with an eye toward the November elections.

“The commissioners, basically – the two remaining chairs – asked us to take all the files, and we did, and we’re working on them, and we’re working on them in their own time, and not according to anyone else’s political timetable or schedule,” Bharara said.