Press release from the Office of Tennessee Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey; June 10, 2013:
(June 10, 2013, NASHVILLE) – Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey (R-Blountville) today announced the appointment of Senator Mark Green (R-Clarksville) to the Council of State Government (CSG) Interbranch Affairs Committee. The committee brings together leaders from across the nation to focus on ways the branches of state government can work together.
“In his freshman year in the legislature, Senator Green quickly established himself as an emerging leader in state government,” said Lt. Governor Ramsey. “With his prior military service and his experience as a businessman, I believe he will add great perspective to this committee. I look forward to his contributions and I’m confident he will serve Tennessee well.”
“This is a great opportunity to share ideas with leaders from across the nation on how the branches of state government can work more efficiently,” said Senator Green. “I’m grateful to Lt. Governor Ramsey for the appointment.”
CSG’s Interbranch Affairs Committee reviews and monitors major interbranch issues and seeks to foster collaboration and understanding among and between the branches of state government. Members of the committee focus on emerging trends, innovative and effective solutions, and viable policy positions and response projects.
The committee is designed to encourage multi-state problem solving and sharing of best practices, and to facilitate networking among state officials and between the public and private sectors.
The appointment starts immediately and extends through 2015.