Government Secretariat (Hong Kong)


Government Secretariat (Hong Kong)

The Government Secretariat (Chinese: 政府總部, 布政司署 before 1997) is collectively formed by the Offices of the Chief Secretary and the Financial Secretary and twelve policy bureaux.

The offices are officially known as "Government Secretariat: Offices of the Chief Secretary for Administration and the Financial Secretary", and the bureaux are officially known as "<Portfolio> Bureau, Government Secretariat" or "Government Secretariat: <Portfolio> Bureau".

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History

A reorganisation of the secretariat was announced by Donald Tsang after his re-election as Chief Executive in 2007. The number of policy bureaux was increased from 11 to 12 as a consequence of this re-organisation; minor adjustments were also made to the responsibilities of the principal officials.

Pre-reorganisation Policy Bureaux (2002-2007)

Post-reorganisation Policy Bureaux (2007-)

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