Amiss has landed the influential chairmanship of the ITMG, which oversees and shapes much of the England Cricket Board's policy-making, and will take over from the retiring incumbent Brian Bolus on January 1.
Issues ranging from central contracts and the national academy to setting tour itineraries and appointing personnel fall under the ITMG's remit.
Amiss foresees no complications with his new post, however, and argues instead that the Warwickshire will only benefit by having a presence on the ITMG. 'There won't be a conflict at all,' he said.
But the job with the ITMG includes one meeting per month, two per month at the most, and the group members have even said they are willing to travel to Birmingham some of the time to have meetings here.
Amiss's appointment as ITMG chairman, for two years initially, adds another dimension to his cricket career which has continued to evolve successfully long after he finally retired from playing, after banking a record 35,146 first-class runs for the Bears, in 1987.