|Minister of Science and Technology|
|Assumed office |
19 March 2018
|Preceded by||Wan Gang|
|General Manager of China Electronics Technology Group Corporation|
September 2003 – April 2011
|Succeeded by||Liu Liehong (刘烈宏)|
|Born||October 1957 (age 62)|
Dingyuan County, Anhui, China
|Political party||Communist Party of China|
|Alma mater||Xidian University|
Central Party School of the Communist Party of China
Wang Zhigang (simplified Chinese: 王志刚; traditional Chinese: 王志剛; pinyin: Wáng Zhìgāng; born October 1957) is a Chinese engineer and politician currently serving as Minister of Science and Technology. Previously he served as general manager of China Electronics Technology Group Corporation, a state-owned military industrial complex.
He is a member of the 19th CPC Central Committee and a former member of the 18th CPC Central Committee. He is a member of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China.
Wang was born in Dingyuan County, Anhui in October 1957. In January 1976, during the late Down to the Countryside Movement, he was a sent-down youth in Changshan Commune of Chuzhou. In October 1978 he was accepted to Xidian University and graduated in July 1982.
After graduation, he assigned to the Ministry of Electronics Industry as an engineer. He spent 14 years working there before serving as general manager of China National Software. He joined the Communist Party of China in December 1986. In February 1999 he was promoted to become the vice-president of CAEIT, a position he held until January 2002. In January 2002 he became the deputy general manager of China Electronics Technology Group Corporation, rising to general manager in September 2003. In April 2011, he was appointed vice-minister of Science and Technology, he remained in that position until March 2018, when he was elevated to the Minister position.
| General Manager of China Electronics Technology Group Corporation
Liu Liehong (刘烈宏)
| Minister of Science and Technology