Naturally, the various politicians from a State have some interaction with one another for the sake of furthering their State's interests. They probably coordinate even more commonly if they are from the same political party. However, as far as I'm aware, no Governor has the (official) ability to dictate voting behavior or other actions to their Congresspeople. Probably for good reason.
Still, there are some instances where the Governor of a State has some authority over the offices of Congressional legislators. For example, most US States give their Governor the power to appoint someone to fill a vacated Senate seat. Are there other instances where the Governor interacts with a State's Congresspeople in an official capacity, or has some authority over them (or vice versa)?
For the sake of this question, I'm not interested in interactions that occur purely by virtue of party affiliation (such as appearances at campaign rallies or strategy meetings) or for posterity (photo-ops, State Fairs, etc.).