(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) — Tennessee House Speaker Beth Harwell (R-Nashville) has appointed State Representative Susan Lynn (R-Mt. Juliet) to serve as a member of the Information Systems Council.
The Council is chaired by the Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Finance & Administration and meets quarterly to review policies and provide input on the state’s information technology director. Additionally, members conduct status reviews of all major projects, are responsible for developing policies, and for managing overall information technology across the state.
“Representative Lynn’s expertise in this important area will help us improve overall efficiency as it relates to information technology in Tennessee,” said Speaker Harwell. “I am grateful to her for her dedication and willingness to serve in this important role, and I know her experience will benefit our entire state.”
“I am honored that Speaker Harwell has asked me to serve as part of the Information Systems Council,” said Representative Lynn. “Technology is critical to our state’s continued economic success. I am eager to work alongside my colleagues who are also serving on this prestigious council so we can ensure Tennessee remains a national leader in innovation and an economic model for all to follow.”
Representative Lynn’s term commences immediately and will expire on June 30, 2019.