Topeka Gov. Sam Brownback's Chief of Staff David Kensinger is leaving that position, but will still be working on behalf of Brownback.
Brownback's office announced Friday that Kensinger will serve as chairman of Brownback's policy organization, called Road Map Solutions.
When Brownback campaigned for governor in 2010 he laid out an agenda that he called the Road Map for Kansas.
“In this role, I will be free to advocate in the public square for policies which will fulfill the goals described in Gov. Brownback’s Road Map for Kansas: private sector job growth, increased personal income, improved 4th grade reading scores, expanded opportunities for college age Kansans and a reduction in childhood poverty," Kensinger said.
The news release from the governor's office doesn't provide further detail on what Kensinger will be doing in this role or whether he will be working on campaigns during the Kansas Republican Party primary in August.
Of Kensinger, Brownback said, "We will miss him but are pleased he will continue to work with us as we work to make our great state even better."
Kensinger, who has worked with Brownback off and on since 1994, said being chief of staff "has been my most rewarding opportunity in public service."
In addition, Kensinger will also be joining U.S. Rep. Mike Pence's campaign for governor of Indiana. Pence is unopposed in the May 8 Republican primary in Indiana.
Brownback has promoted Policy Director Landon Fulmer to chief of staff and Operations Manager Jon Hummell to policy director.