List of Hong Kong government agencies

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This is a list government agencies of the Hong Kong Government.

The policies of the government are formulated decided by the bureaux led by secretaries and permanent secretaries are discussed in the Executive Council and implemented by the departments and agencies. Each department or agency reports to one or more policy bureaux, or directly to the Chief Executive, the Chief Secretary for Administration or Financial Secretary.

Following his re-election in 2007, Donald Tsang ordered a reorganisation of the Government Secretariat, increasing the number of policy bureaux to 12.[1]

Chief Executive[edit]

Secretary for Justice[edit]

Secretary for Justice Miss Teresa Cheng

Chief Secretary for Administration[edit]

Chief Secretary for Administration Mr Matthew Cheung

Civil Service Bureau[edit]

Secretary for the Civil Service Mr Joshua Law Chi-kwong

Permanent Secretary for the Civil Service Mr Raymond Wong Hung-chiu

Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau[edit]

Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Mr Patrick Nip Tak-kuen

Permanent Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Miss Chang King-yiu

Education Bureau[edit]

Secretary for Education Mr Kevin Yeung

Permanent Secretary for Education Mrs Cherry Tse Ling Kit-ching

Environment Bureau[edit]

Secretary for the Environment Mr Wong Kam-sing

Permanent Secretary for the Environment/Director of Environmental Protection Mr Donald Tong Chi-keung

Food and Health Bureau[edit]

Secretary for Food and Health Professor Sophia Chan

Permanent Secretary for Food and Health (Food) Mrs Marion Lai Chan Chi-kuen

Permanent Secretary for Food and Health (Health) Mr Richard Yuen Ming-fai

Home Affairs Bureau[edit]

Secretary for Home Affairs Mr Lau Kong-wah

Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs Mr Raymond Young Lap-moon

Labour and Welfare Bureau[edit]

Secretary for Labour and Welfare Mr Law Chi-kwong

Permanent Secretary for Labour and Welfare Miss Annie Tam Kam-lan

Security Bureau[edit]

Secretary for Security Mr Lai Tung-kwok

Permanent Secretary for Security Mr Joshua Law Chi-kong

Transport and Housing Bureau[edit]

Secretary for Transport and Housing Anthony Cheung Bing-leung

Permanent Secretary for Transport and Housing (Housing) Mr Duncan Pescod

Permanent Secretary for Transport and Housing (Transport) Mr Joseph Lai Yee-tak

Financial Secretary[edit]

Financial Secretary Mr Paul Chan Mo-po

Commerce and Economic Development Bureau[edit]

Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Mr Edward Yau

Under Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Mr Bernard Chan Pak-li

Permanent Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development (Commerce, Industry and Tourism) Mr Andrew Wong Ho-yuen

Permanent Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development (Communications and Technology) Miss Lee Man-ching

Development Bureau[edit]

Secretary for Development Mr Michael Wong Wai-lun

Permanent Secretary for Development (Works) Mr Wai Chi-sing

Permanent Secretary for Development (Planning and Lands) Mr Thomas Chow Tat-ming

Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau[edit]

Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury Mr James Lau

Permanent Secretary for the Financial Services and the Treasury (Treasury) Miss Elizabeth Tse Man-yee

Permanent Secretary for the Financial Services and the Treasury (Financial Services) Ms Au King-chi

Innovation and Technology Bureau[edit]

Secretary for Innovation and Technology Mr Nicholas W. Yang

Under Secretary for Innovation and Technology Mr David Chung Wai-keung

Permanent Secretary for the Innovation and Technology Mr Cheuk Wing Hing

Related bodies and organisations[edit]

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