The Executive Committee is the core leadership of TMACOG. Its members propose an annual budget and the membership fee schedule to the Board of
Trustees; propose the Annual Work Program; review and make recommendations on policies, plans and programs,appoint, manage, review, and remove the president; review TMACOG’s personnel policies and procedures, approve contracts, serve as financial control body, recruit and maintain membership; and develop and monitor long term goals and objectives of TMACOG. Members of the committee include the current chair and vice chair, immediate past chair, and chairs and vice chairs of each administrative and programmatic council and committee. At-large members with an area of expertise may be appointed to ensure geographic or subject representation.
TMACOG is a member organization. Members include governments: counties, cities, villages, and townships. Non-governmental members include utilities, advocacy organizations, schools, and special districts and authorities.