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Policy

At our Roundtable, senior executive Tennessee leaders collaborate in setting business policy priorities.  Member executives can participate in Councils focused on four policy areas which affect our state’s economy and the Tennesseans who drive its performance.

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Policy Councils

Competitiveness

Ensure long-term competitiveness, economic growth and job creation by sustaining, enhancing and protecting TN's business reputation and climate for location, investment and expansion.

Education

Ensure K-12 students graduate ready to attain post-secondary credentials and enter our workforce with the competencies needed for success in Tennessee’s 21st-century economy.

Health

Ensure workforce well-being and productivity by improving health outcomes for working-age Tennesseans, sustaining care networks, promoting coverage access, and controlling costs.

Workforce

Ensure Tennesseans can acquire the knowledge, skills and resources they need in order to excel in the occupations that are critical to our state’s economic success.