Office of the Chief Executive

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For the Office of the Chief Executive Building, see Office of the Chief Executive (building).
Office of the Chief Executive
行政長官辦公室
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Agency overview
Formed 1 July 1997
Jurisdiction Government of Hong Kong
Headquarters Government House, Hong Kong
Agency executives Edward Yau, Director of the Chief Executive's Office
Kenneth Mak, Permanent Secretary for the Chief Executive's Office
Website http://www.ceo.gov.hk/eng/office.htm

Office of the Chief Executive (Chinese: 行政長官辦公室) or CEO is one of the government agencies for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. It consists of the immediate staff to the Chief Executive of Hong Kong and multiple levels of support staff reporting to the Chief Executive. The current director is Edward Yau.

History[edit]

Prior to the transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong, the Government House has always been the office location for the Governor of Hong Kong. After the transfer in 1997, the first Chief Executive of Hong Kong, Tung Chee Hwa choose not to reside in the Government House, which relocated the office to the Government Secretariat.

When Donald Tsang assumed office on June 2005, he decided to reside in the Government House again and initiated a multiple months length remodeling for the house. On January 2006, the office relocated back to the Government House.

Staff members[edit]

Director[edit]

Deputy Director[edit]

Permanent Secretary[edit]

Information Coordinator[edit]

Information Coordinator was created by Tung Chee Hwa after the transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong, prior to the transfer, press release was handle by Information Services Department.

Special Assistant (defunct)[edit]

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