The following is a list of Cabinets of the Philippines by the President of the Philippines under which they operated.

Emilio Aguinaldo (1899–1901)

Office Name Term
President of the Cabinet[1][2][3] Apolinario Mabini January 2 – May 7, 1899[3]
Pedro Paterno May 7 – November 13, 1899[3][a]
Secretary of Foreign Affairs[1][2] Apolinario Mabini October 1, 1898 – May 7, 1899[3]
Secretary of the Interior[1][2] Teodoro Sandico January 2 – May 7, 1899[3]
Secretary of Finance[1][2] Mariano Trías January 2 – May 7, 1899[3]
Hugo Ilagan May 7 – November 13, 1899[3][a]
Severino de las Alas May 7 – November 13, 1899[3][a]
Secretary of War and Marine[1][2] Baldomero Aguinaldo July 15, 1898 – May 7, 1899[3]
Mariano Trías May 7 – November 13, 1899[3][a]
Secretary of Justice Gregorio Araneta September 2, 1898 – May 7, 1899[3]
Secretary of Welfare[1][2][b] Gracio Gonzaga January 2 – May 7, 1899[3]
Felipe Buencamino May 7 – November 13, 1899[3][a]
Maximo Paterno May 7 – November 13, 1899[3][a]
Secretary of Agriculture, Industry and Commerce[1][2] León María Guerrero May 7 – November 13, 1899[3][a]
Notes:
  1. ^ a b c d e f g Several sources assert that shortly after installation of the Paterno cabinet, General Antonio Luna arrested Paterno and some or all of the cabinet secretaries.[4][5] At least one source asserts that the Mabini cabinet was reinstalled after the arrests.[5] Another source asserts that those arrested were released on orders of President Aguinaldo, but does not provide any indication about whether the Mabini or the Paterno cabinet was in office after the release.[4]
  2. ^ In the Mabini cabinet, the Secretary of Welfare had responsibility for Public Instruction, Communications & Public Works, and Agriculture, Industry & Commerce.[3]


Manuel L. Quezon (1935–1944)

Appointments (1935–1941)

Office Name Term
President Manuel L. Quezon 1935–1941
Vice President Sergio Osmeña 1935–1941
Secretary of Agriculture and Commerce Benigno Aquino 1938–1940
Rafael Alunan Sr. 1940–1941
Secretary of Public Instruction Sergio Osmeña November 15, 1935 – April 18, 1939
Jorge Bocobo April 19, 1939 – January 22, 1941
Secretary of Finance Elpidio Quirino November 15, 1935 – February 18, 1936
Antonio de las Alas February 18, 1936 – November 15, 1938
Manuel Roxas November 26, 1938 – August 28, 1941
Serafin Marabut August 28, 1941 – December 29, 1941
Secretary of the Interior Elpidio Quirino 1935–1938
Rafael Alunan 1938–1940
Secretary of Justice José Yulo November 15, 1935 – November 1938
José Abad Santos December 5, 1938 – July 16, 1941
Commissioner of Justice Teofilo Sison July 18, 1941 – November 1941
Secretary of Public Works
and Communications
Mariano Jesús Cuenco 1935–1941
Secretary of National Defense Teofilo Sison 1939–1941
Serafin Marabut 1941
Basilio Valdes December 23, 1941
Secretary of Labor José Avelino 1935–1938
Hermenegildo Villanueva 1938–1939
Sotero Baluyut 1939–1941
Secretary to the President Jorge B. Vargas 1935–1941
Auditor-General Jaime Hernández 1935–1941
Solicitor General Pedro T. Tuazon 1936–1938
Roman Ozaeta 1938–1940
Lorenzo M. Tañada 1940–1941
Commissioner of the Budget Serafin Marabut 1935–1941
Commissioner of Civil Service José Gil 1935–1941
Resident Commissioner of the Philippines
to the United States Congress
Quintín Paredes 1935–1938
Joaquín Miguel Elizalde 1938–1941

War Cabinet (1941–1944)

The outbreak of World War II and the Japanese invasion resulted in periodic and drastic changes to the government structure. Executive Order 390, December 22, 1941, abolished the Department of the Interior and established a new line of succession. Executive Order 396, December 24, 1941, further reorganized and grouped the cabinet, with the functions of Secretary of Justice assigned to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines.

Office Name Term
President Manuel L. Quezon 1941–1944 (extended, 1943)
Vice President Sergio Osmeña 1941–1944 (extended, 1943)
Secretary of Finance José Abad Santos December 30, 1941 – March 26, 1942
Secretary of Justice March 26, 1942 – May 2, 1942
Secretary of Finance, Agriculture, and Commerce Andrés Soriano March 26, 1942 – July 31, 1944
Secretary of National Defense, Public Works, Communications and Labor Basilio Valdes December 23, 1941 – August 1, 1944
Secretary of Public Instruction, Health, and Public Welfare Sergio Osmeña December 24, 1941 – August 1, 1944
Secretary to the President Manuel Roxas December 24, 1941 – March 26, 1942
Arturo Rotor June 13, 1942 – August 1, 1944
Secretary to the Cabinet Manuel Nieto May 19, 1944 – August 1, 1944
Secretary without Portfolio Andrés Soriano March 2–26, 1942
Treasurer of the Philippines February 19, 1942 – March 26, 1942
Manuel Roxas March 26, 1942 – May 8, 1942
Auditor-General Jaime Hernández December 30, 1941 – August 1, 1944
Resident Commissioner of the Philippines to the United States Congress Joaquín Miguel Elizalde December 30, 1941 – August 1, 1944 (given cabinet rank, May 1942)
Secretary of Information and Public Relations Carlos P. Rómulo 1943–1944
Sources
  • The Sixth Annual Report of the United States High Commission to the Philippine Island to the President and Congress of the United States, Covering the Fiscal Year July 1, 1941, to June 30, 1942, Washington D.C. October 20, 1942
  • Executive Orders of the Commonwealth of the Philippines, Manila, Bureau of Printing 1945

Jose P. Laurel (1943–1945)

Office Name Term
President José P. Laurel 1943–1945
Minister of Agriculture and Commerce Rafael Alunan 1943–1945
Minister of Health, Labor and Public Instructions Emiliano Tria Tirona 1943–1945
Minister of Finance Antonio de las Alas 1943–1945
Minister of Foreign Affairs Claro M. Recto 1943–1945
Minister of Justice Quintín Paredes 1943–1945
Minister of Education Camilo Osías 1943–1945

Sergio Osmeña (1944–1946)

War Cabinet (1944–1945)

On August 8, 1944, President Osmeña issued Executive Order 15-W reorganizing and consolidating the executive departments of the Commonwealth government. The reorganization of the government after it was reestablished on Philippine soil was undertaken with Executive Order No. 27; February 27, 1945.[citation needed]

Office Name Term
President Sergio Osmeña 1944–1946
Secretary of Finance Jaime Hernández August 24, 1944 – February 27, 1945
Secretary of National Defense and Communications Basilio Valdes August 1, 1944 – February 6, 1945
Secretary of Public Relations Carlos P. Romulo (concurrent capacity) 1944–1945
Secretary of Justice, Labor and Welfare Mariano A. Eraña (acting capacity) 1944–1945
Secretary of Agriculture and Commerce Manuel Nieto 1944–1945
Secretary to the President Arturo Rotor 1944–1945
Resident Commissioner of the Philippines to the United States Congress Carlos P. Romulo 1944–1945
Budget and Finance Commissioner Ismael Mathay 1944–1945
Judge Advocate General of the Army Mariano Eraña 1944–1945
Economic Adviser Urbano Zafra 1944–1945
Military Adviser Alejandro Melchor 1944–1945

Cabinet and judicial appointments (1945–1946)

Executive Order No. 27; February 27, 1945, was issued upon the restoration of civilian authority to the government of the Commonwealth, and members of the new cabinet appointed on March 8, 1945. Subsequent renaming and mergers of departments have separate listings.

Office Name Term
President Sergio Osmeña 1944–1946
Secretary of the Interior Tomás Confesor March 8, 1945 – July 10, 1945
Secretary of Finance and Reconstruction Jaime Hernández February 27, 1945 – May 27, 1946
Secretary of Justice, Agriculture and Commerce Delfin Jaranilla February 1945 – December 1945
Secretary of Justice Ramon Quisumbing December 28, 1945 – May 28, 1946
Secretary of Agriculture and Commerce Vicente Singson Encarnacion February 27, 1945 – May 28, 1946
Secretary of National Defense Tomás Cabili February 27, 1945 – July 11, 1945
Alfredo Montelibano Sr. July 12, 1945 – May 27, 1946
Secretary of Health and Public Welfare Basilio Valdes February 27, 1945 – April 1945
José Locsin June 29, 1945 – 1946
Secretary of Public Instruction Maximo Kalaw February 27, 1945 – May 4, 1945
Jose Reyes May 5, 1945 – January 7, 1946
Francisco Benitez January 7, 1946 – May 27, 1946
Secretary of Public Works and Communications Sotero Cabahug 1945–1946
Secretary of the Budget Ismael Mathay 1944–1945
Secretary to the President José S. Reyes 1945–1946
Secretary of Labor Marcelo Aduru 1946
Resident Commissioner of the Philippines to the United States Congress Carlos P. Romulo 1945–1946
Commissioner of the Office of Foreign Relations Vicente G. Sinco 1945–1946[6]
Solicitor General Lorenzo M. Tañada 1945–1947

Manuel Roxas (1946–1948)

Office Name Term
President Manuel Roxas May 28, 1946 – April 15, 1948
Vice-President Elpidio Quirino May 28, 1946 – April 17, 1948
Secretary of Foreign Affairs Elpidio Quirino July 5, 1946 – April 17, 1948
Secretary of the Interior Jose Zulueta May 28, 1946 – April 17, 1948
Secretary of Finance Elpidio Quirino May 28, 1946 – November 23, 1946
Miguel Cuaderno November 24, 1946 – April 17, 1948
Secretary of Justice Ramón Ozaeta May 28, 1946 – April 17, 1948
Secretary of Agriculture and Commerce Mariano Garchitorena May 28, 1946 – April 17, 1948
Secretary of Public Works and Communications Ricardo Nepumoceno May 28, 1946 – April 17, 1948
Secretary of Public Instruction Manuel Gallego May 28, 1946 – April 17, 1948
Secretary of Labor and Employment Pedro Magsalin May 28, 1946 – April 17, 1948
Secretary of National Defense Ruperto Kangleon May 28, 1946 – April 17, 1948
Secretary of Health and Public Welfare Antonio Villarama May 28, 1946 – April 17, 1948
Secretary of Commerce and Industry Cornelio Balmaceda 1947
Commissioner of Social Welfare Asuncion A. Perez 1946
Antonio Villarama 1946–1948
General Auditing Office Sotero Cabahug 1945–1946
Secretary to the President Emilio M. Abello May 30, 1946 – July 4, 1946
Chief of the Executive Office Emilio Abello July 4, 1946 – September 3, 1947
Nicanor Roxas September 10, 1947 – October 3, 1947
Executive Secretary Nicanor Roxas October 4, 1947 – February 6, 1948
Emilio Abello February 26, 1948 – April 17, 1948
Solicitor General Manuel Lim 1947–1948
Resident Commissioner of the Philippines to the United States Congress Carlos P. Romulo 1946–1947

Elpidio Quirino (1948–1953)

Office Name Term
President Elpidio Quirino 1948–1953
Vice-President Fernando Lopez 1949–1953
Secretary of Foreign Affairs Joaquín Miguel Elizalde 1948–1950
Carlos P. Romulo 1950–1952
Joaquín Miguel Elizalde 1952–1953
Secretary of the Interior Sotero Baluyut 1948–1950
Secretary of Finance Miguel Cuaderno, Sr. 1948–1949
Jaime Hernandez 1949–1952
Aurelio Montelibano Sr. 1952–1953
Secretary of Justice Ramon Ozaeta 1948
Sabino Padilla 1948–1949
Ricardo Nepomuceno 1949–1950
Cesar Bengzon 1950–1951
Oscar Castelo 1951–1953
Roberto Gianzon 1953
Secretary of Agriculture and Natural Resources Placido Mapa 1948–1949
Fernando Lopez 1949–1953
Secretary of Public Works and Communications Ricardo Nepumoceno 1948–1949
Prospero Sanidad 1949–1951
Sotero Baluyut 1951–1952
Pablo Lorenzo 1952–1953
Secretary of Education Manuel Gallego 1948
Prudencio Langcauon 1948–1950
Pablo Lorenzo 1950–1951
Teodoro Evangelista 1951
Cecilio Putong 1952–1953
Secretary of Labor Primitivo Lovina 1948–1950
Jose Figueras 1950–1953
Secretary of National Defense Teodosio R. Diño 1948–1950
Ruperto Kangleon 1948–1950
Ramon Magsaysay 1950–1953
Oscar Castelo 1953
Secretary of Health and Public Welfare Antonio Villarama 1949–1953
Secretary of Commerce and Industry Cornelio Balmaceda 1949–1953
Executive Secretary Teodoro Evangelista 1948–1953
Commissioner of Budget Pio Joven 1948–1953
Secretary of Social Welfare Asuncion A. Perez 1948–1953
Solicitor General Felix Angelo Bautista 1948–1950
Pompeyo Diaz 1950–1952
Juan R. Liwag 1952–1954
Governor of the Central Bank of the Philippines Miguel Cuaderno Sr. 1949–1960[7]

Ramon Magsaysay (1953–1957)

Office Name Term
President Ramon Magsaysay December 30, 1953 – March 17, 1957
Vice-President Carlos P. Garcia December 30, 1953 – March 18, 1957
Secretary of Agriculture and Natural Resources Salvador Araneta March 10, 1954 – 1955
Juan Rodriguez April 12, 1956 – March 18, 1957
Secretary of Education, Culture and Sports Cecilo Putong December 30, 1953 – January 13, 1954
Justice Pastor Endencia January 13, 1954 – June 30, 1954
Gregorio Hernández Jr. July 1, 1954 – March 18, 1957
Secretary of Foreign Affairs Carlos P. Garcia March 10, 1954 – March 18, 1957
Secretary of Finance Jaime Hernández March 10, 1954 – May 27, 1956
Secretary of Justice Pedro Tuazon March 10, 1954 – March 18, 1957
Secretary of Labor Eleuterio Adevoso March 10, 1954 – April 21, 1954
Ángel Castano August 22, 1954 – March 18, 1957
Secretary of National Defense Ramon Magsaysay
(in concurrent capacity as President)
January 1, 1954 – May 14, 1954
Sotero Cabahug April 4, 1954 – January 2, 1956
Eulogio Balao January 3, 1956 – March 18, 1957
Secretary of Commerce and Industry Óscar Ledesma March 10, 1954 – March 18, 1957
Secretary of Public Works, Transportation and Communications Vicente Ylagan Orosa Sr. March 10, 1954 – 1955
Florencio Moreno April 30, 1955 – March 18, 1957
Administrator of Social Services and Development Pacita Madrigal-Warns 1954–1955
Executive Secretary Fred Ruiz Castro December 30, 1953 – October 26, 1955
Fortunato de León April 12, 1956 – March 7, 1957
Press Secretary J.V. Cruz January 6, 1956 – March 18, 1957
Solicitor General Juan R. Liwag November 10, 1952 – February 9, 1954
Querube C. Makalintal February 9, 1954 – August 31, 1954
Ambrosio B. Padilla September 1, 1954 – December 30, 1957
Governor of the Central Bank of the Philippines Miguel Cuaderno Sr. 1949–1960[7]

Carlos P. Garcia (1957–1961)

Office Name Term
President Carlos P. Garcia March 17, 1957 – December 30, 1961
Vice-President Diosdado Macapagal December 30, 1957 – December 30, 1961
Secretary of Agriculture and Natural Resources Juan Rodríguez March 18, 1957 – March 3, 1960
César Fortich March 3, 1960 – December 30, 1961
Secretary of Education, Culture and Sports Martín Aguilar Jr. March 29, 1957 – September 2, 1957
Manuel Lim September 3, 1957 – November 17, 1957
Daniel Salcedo November 18, 1957 – May 31, 1959
José E. Romero June 1, 1959 – December 30, 1961
Secretary of Finance Jaime Hernández March 18, 1957 – January 24, 1960
Dominador Aytona January 24, 1960 – December 29, 1961
Secretary of Foreign Affairs Carlos P. Garcia
(in concurrent capacity as President)
March 18, 1957 – August 22, 1957
Felixberto Serrano August 22, 1957 – December 30, 1961
Secretary of Health Paulino J. Garcia March 18, 1957 – July 15, 1958
Elpídio Valencia July 15, 1958 – December 30, 1961
Secretary of Justice Pedro Tuazon March 18, 1957 – March 1958
Jesús Barrera April 1958 – June 1959
Enrique Fernández June 1959 – July 1959
Alejo Mabanag May 18, 1959 – December 1961
Secretary of Labor Ángel Castaño March 18, 1957 – December 30, 1961
Secretary of National Defense Eulogio Bálao March 17, 1957 – August 28, 1957
Jesús Vargas August 28, 1957 – May 18, 1959
Alejo Santos May 18, 1959 – December 30, 1961
Secretary of Commerce and Industry Pedro Hernáez April 10, 1959 – January 24, 1960
Manuel Lim January 24, 1960 – December 30, 1961
Secretary of Public Works,
Transportation and Communications
Florencio Moreno March 18, 1957 – December 30, 1961
Administrator of Social Services and Development Amparo Villamor 1960–1961
Executive Secretary Fortunato de León March 18, 1957 – December 30, 1957
Juan Pajo January 16, 1958 – August 28, 1959
Natalio Castillo January 24, 1960 – September 5, 1961
José María Rocha September 5, 1961 – December 30, 1961[8]
Solicitor General Guillermo E. Torres December 30, 1957 – June 30, 1958
Edilberto Barot July 1, 1958 – June 30, 1961
Governor of the Central Bank of the Philippines Miguel Cuaderno Sr. 1949–1960[7]

Diosdado Macapagal (1961–1965)

Office Name Term
President Diosdado Macapagal December 30, 1961 – December 30, 1965
Vice-President Emmanuel Pelaez December 30, 1961 – December 30, 1965
Secretary of Agriculture and Natural Resources José Locsin 1961–1962
Benjamin Gozon 1962–1963
José Feliciano 1963–1965
Commissioner of Budget Faustino Sy-Changco February 15, 1960 – December 30, 1965
Secretary of Education, Culture and Sports José E. Romero December 30, 1961 – September 4, 1962
José Tuason September 5, 1962 – December 30, 1962
Alejandro Roces December 31, 1962 – September 7, 1965
Secretary of Finance Fernando Sison January 2, 1962 – July 31, 1962
Rodrigo Pérez August 1, 1962 – January 7, 1964
Rufino Hechanova January 8, 1964 – December 13, 1965
Secretary of Foreign Affairs Emmanuel Pelaez December 1961 – July 1963
Salvador P. Lopez 1963
Carlos P. Romulo 1963–1964
Mauro Mendez May 1964 – December 30, 1965
Secretary of Health Francisco Duque Jr. January 1962 – July 22, 1963
Floro Dabu July 23, 1963 – March 6, 1964
Rodolfo Canos May 1, 1964 – June 20, 1964
Manuel Cuenco December 13, 1964 – December 29, 1965
Secretary of Justice Jose W. Diokno January 1962 – May 1962
Juan Liwag May 1962 – July 1963
Salvador Mariño July 1963 – December 1965
Secretary of Labor Norberto Romualdez Jr. January 1962 – 1962
Bernardino R. Ables 1962 – 1964
Jose B. Lingad October 1964 – December 30, 1965
Secretary of National Defense Macario Peralta Jr. December 30, 1961 – December 30, 1965
Secretary of Commerce and Industry Manuel Lim 1961–1962
Rufino Hechanova 1962–1963
Cornelio Balmaceda 1963–1965
Secretary of Public Works,
Transportation and Communications
Marciano Bautista 1961–1962
Paulino Cases 1962
Brigido Valencia 1962–1963
Jorge Abad 1963–1965
Secretary of Agrarian Reform Sixto Roxas 1963
Claudette Caliguiran 1963–1964
Benjamin Gozon 1964–1965
Solicitor General Arturo A. Alafriz 1961–1966
Governor of the Central Bank of the Philippines Andres Castillo 1961–1967[7]

Ferdinand Marcos (1965–1986)

First and second terms in the Third Republic (1965–1972)

Office Name Term
President Atty. Ferdinand E. Marcos December 30, 1965 – 1978
Vice-President Atty. Fernando Lopez December 30, 1965 – September 23, 1972
Secretary of Agriculture and Natural Resources Atty. Fernando Lopez 1965–1971
Arturo Tanco Jr. 1971–1978
Secretary of Education Carlos P. Romulo 1965–1967
Onofre Corpuz 1967–1971
Juan Manuel 1971–1972
Secretary of Education and Culture 1972–1978
Secretary of Foreign Affairs Narciso Ramos 1965–1968
Carlos P. Romulo 1968–1978
Secretary of Finance Eduardo Romualdez 1966–1970
Cesar Virata 1970–1978
Secretary of Justice Jose Yulo 1965–1967
Claudio Teehankee 1967–1968
Juan Ponce Enrile 1968–1970
Felix Makasiar 1970
Vicente Abad Santos 1970–1978
Secretary of Labor Emilio Espinosa Jr. 1965–1967
Blas Ople 1967–1971
Adrian Cristobal 1971–1972
Blas Ople 1972–1978
Secretary of National Defense Atty. Ferdinand E. Marcos
(in concurrent capacity as President)
1965–1967
Ernesto Mata 1967–1970
Atty. Juan Ponce Enrile 1970–1971
Atty. Ferdinand E. Marcos
(in concurrent capacity as President)
1971–1972
Atty. Juan Ponce Enrile 1972–1978
Secretary of Commerce and Industry Marcelo Balatbat 1966–1968
Leonides Sarao Virata 1969–1970
Ernesto Maceda 1970–1971
Troadio Quiazon 1971–1974
Secretary of Industry Vicente Paterno 1974–1978
Secretary of Public Works,
Transportation and Communications
Antonio Raquiza 1966–1968
Rene Espina 1968–1969
Antonio Syquio 1969–1970
David Consunji 1970–1975
Alfredo Juinio 1975–1978
Secretary of Public Highways Baltazar Aquino 1974–1978
Director-General of the
National Economic and Development Authority
Gerardo Sicat
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
1973–1978
Solicitor General Antonio P. Barredo 1966–1968
Felix V. Makasiar 1968–1970
Felix Q. Antonio 1970–1972
Governor of the Central Bank of the Philippines Alfonso Calalang 1968–1970[7]

Martial law period until 1986

Office Name Term
President Ferdinand E. Marcos 1978–1986
Prime Minister 1978–1981
Cesar Virata 1981–1986
Minister of Agriculture Arturo Tanco Jr. 1978–1984
Salvador Escudero III 1984–1986
Minister of Education and Culture Juan Manuel 1978–1979
Onofre Corpuz 1979–1982
Minister of Education, Culture and Sports 1982–1984
Jaime Laya 1984–1986
Minister of Foreign Affairs Carlos P. Romulo 1978–1984
Manuel Collantes 1984
Arturo Tolentino 1984–1985
Pacifico Castro 1985–1986
Minister of Finance Cesar Virata 1978–1986
Minister of Justice Vicente Abad Santos 1978–1979
Catalino Macaraig Jr. 1979
Ricardo Puno 1979–1984
Estelito Mendoza 1984–1986
Minister of National Defense Juan Ponce Enrile 1978–1986
Minister of Industry[9] Vicente Paterno 1978–1979
Roberto Ongpin 1979–1981
Minister of Trade Luis Villafuerte 1979–1981
Minister of Trade and Industry Roberto Ongpin 1981–1986
Minister of Public Works,
Transportation and Communications
[10]
Alfredo Juinio 1978–1981
Minister of Public Highways Baltazar Aquino 1978–1979
Vicente Paterno 1979–1980
Jesus Hipolito 1980–1981
Minister of Public Works and Highways 1981–1986
Director-General of the
National Economic and Development Authority
Gerardo Sicat
(in concurrent capacity as Minister of Socio-economic Planning)
1978–1981
Cesar Virata
(in concurrent capacity as Minister of Socio-economic Planning)
1981–1986
Solicitor General Estelito P. Mendoza 1972–1986
Minister of Energy Geronimo Velasco 1978–1986
Minister of Human Settlements Imelda Marcos 1978–1986
Minister of Labor Blas Ople 1978–1986
Governor of the Central Bank of the Philippines Gregorio Licaros 1970–1981[7]
Jaime C. Laya 1981–1984[7]
Jose B. Fernandez Jr. 1984–1990[7]

Corazon Aquino (1986–1992)

Ministerial Cabinet (1986)

Office Name Term[11]
President Corazon Cojuangco Aquino February 25, 1986 – March 25, 1986
Vice-President Salvador Laurel
Prime Minister
Presidential Executive Assistant Joker Arroyo
Minister of Agrarian Reform Conrado F. Estrella
Minister of Agriculture and Food Ramon Mitra, Jr.
Minister of Budget and Management Alberto Romulo February 26, 1986 – March 25, 1986
Director-General of the
National Economic and Development Authority
Solita Monsod
(in concurrent capacity as Minister of Socio-economic Planning)
February 25, 1986 – March 25, 1986
Minister of Education, Culture and Sports Lourdes Quisumbing
Minister of Finance Jaime Ongpin
Minister of Foreign Affairs Salvador Laurel
Minister of Health Alfredo Bengzon
Minister of Local Government and Community Development Aquilino Pimentel, Jr.
Minister of Justice Estelito Mendoza February 25, 1986 – February 28, 1986
Neptali Gonzales March 1, 1986 – March 25, 1986
Minister of Labor and Employment Augusto Sanchez February 25, 1986 – March 25, 1986
Minister of National Defense Juan Ponce Enrile
Minister of Natural Resources Ernesto Maceda
Minister of Public Works and Highways Rogaciano M. Mercado
Minister of Tourism Jose Antonio Gonzales
Minister of Trade and Industry Jose Concepcion
Minister of Transportation and Communications Hernando Perez
Minister of General Services Victor Ziga
Minister for Human Rights Jose Diokno
Minister for Good Government Jovito Salonga
Presidential Spokesperson Rene Saguisag
Solicitor General Sedfrey A. Ordoñez February 25, 1986 – March 4, 1987
Governor of the Central Bank of the Philippines Jose B. Fernandez Jr. January 19, 1984 – February 19, 1990[7]

Presidential Cabinet (1986-1992)

The parliamentary system government was replaced by a presidential system government that was created by the 1986 provisional Freedom Constitution. The cabinet largely remained the same upon the official ratification and enactment of the 1987 constitution on February 2, 1987.

Office Name Term[11][12]
President Corazon Cojuangco-Aquino March 25, 1986 – June 30, 1992
Vice-President Salvador Laurel March 25, 1986 – June 30, 1992
Executive Secretary Joker Arroyo March 25, 1986 – September 15, 1987
Catalino Macaraig, Jr. September 17, 1987 – December 14, 1990
Oscar Orbos December 16, 1990 – July 7, 1991
Magdangal Elma July 8, 1991 – July 14, 1991
Franklin Drilon July 15, 1991 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of Agrarian Reform Conrado Estrella, Sr. March 25, 1986 – April 30, 1986
Heherson Alvarez May 1, 1986 – March 7, 1987
Philip Juico July 23, 1987 – July 1, 1989
Miriam Defensor Santiago July 20, 1989 – January 4, 1990
Florencio Abad January 4, 1990 – April 5, 1990
Benjamin Leong April 6, 1990 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of Agriculture Ramon Mitra, Jr. March 25, 1986 – June 30, 1987
Carlos Dominguez III June 30, 1987 – December 31, 1989
Senen Bacani January 1, 1990 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of Budget and Management Alberto Romulo March 25, 1986 – March 13, 1987
Guillermo Carague March 13, 1987 – February 12, 1992
Salvador Enriquez Jr. February 12, 1992 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of Education, Culture and Sports Lourdes Quisimbing March 25, 1986 – January 3, 1990
Isidro Cariño January 3, 1990 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources Ernesto Maceda March 25, 1986 – December 1, 1986
Carlos Dominguez III December 2, 1986 – March 9, 1987
Fulgencio S. Factoran March 10, 1987 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of Finance Jaime Ongpin March 25, 1986 – September 14, 1987
Vicente Jayme September 15, 1987 – December 31, 1989
Jesus Estanislao January 1, 1990 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of Foreign Affairs Salvador Laurel March 25, 1986 – February 2, 1987
Manuel Yan February 2, 1987 – September 14, 1987
Raul Manglapus September 15, 1987 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of Health Alfredo Bengzon March 25, 1986 – February 7, 1992
Antonio O. Periquet February 10, 1992 – June 30, 1992
Minister of Local Government Aquilino Pimentel, Jr. March 25, 1986 – December 7, 1986
Jaime Ferrer December 8, 1986 – August 2, 1987
Secretary of Local Government Lito Monico C. Lorenzana August 3, 1987 – November 8, 1987
Luis T. Santos November 9, 1987 – December 10, 1991
Secretary of the Interior and Local Government Cesar N. Sarino December 11, 1991 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of Justice Neptali Gonzales March 25, 1986 – March 1987
Sedfrey Ordoñez March 1987 – January 1990
Franklin Drilon January 4, 1990 – July 14, 1991
Silvestre Bello III July 1991 – February 7, 1992
Eduardo Montenegro February 10, 1992 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of Labor and Employment Augusto Sanchez March 25, 1986 – January 4, 1987
Franklin Drilon January 5, 1987 – January 2, 1990
Dionisio dela Serna January 3, 1990 – January 19, 1990
Ruben Torres January 20, 1990 – February 11, 1992
Nieves Confesor February 12, 1992 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of National Defense Juan Ponce Enrile March 25, 1986 – November 23, 1986
Rafael Ileto November 23, 1986 – January 21, 1988
Fidel Ramos January 22, 1988 – July 18, 1991
Renato de Villa July 20, 1991 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of Public Works and Highways Rogaciano M. Mercado March 25, 1986 – November 20, 1986
Vicente Jayme December 2, 1986 – September 1, 1987
Fiorello Estuar September 21, 1987 – October 26, 1987
Juanito Ferrer October 27, 1987 – November 4, 1988
Fiorello Estuar November 5, 1988 – December 31, 1990
Jose de Jesus January 4, 1991– June 30, 1992
Secretary of Social Welfare and Development Mita Pardo de Tavera 1986 – 1992
Secretary of Tourism Jose Antonio Gonzales March 25, 1986 – April 14, 1989
Narzalina Lim April 14, 1989 – June 7, 1989 (in acting capacity)
Peter Garrucho June 8, 1989 – January 8, 1991
Rafael Alunan III January 9, 1991 – February 16, 1992
Narzalina Lim February 17, 1992 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of Trade and Industry Jose Concepcion March 25, 1986 – January 8, 1991
Peter Garrucho January 9, 1991 – February 12, 1992
Lilia Bautista February 19, 1992 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of Transportation and Communications Hernando Perez March 25, 1986 – March 16, 1987
Rainerio Reyes March 16, 1987 – January 3, 1990
Oscar Orbos January 3, 1990 – December 9, 1990
Arturo Corona December 20, 1990 – May 16, 1991
Pete Nicomedes Prado March 23, 1991 – June 30, 1992
Director-General of the
National Economic and Development Authority
Solita Monsod
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
March 7, 1986 – June 28, 1989
Filologo Pante
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
June 28, 1989 – August 9, 1989
Florian Alburo
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
August 9, 1989 – September 20, 1989
Jesus Estanislao
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
September 20, 1989 – January 3, 1990
Cayetano Paderanga, Jr.
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
January 3, 1990 – June 30, 1992
Secretary of Science and Technology Antonio Arizabal June 7, 1986 – April 6, 1990
Ceferino Follosco April 6, 1990 – June 30, 1992
Cabinet Secretary Fulgencio Factoran Jr. December 22, 1986 – March 8, 1987
Jose de Jesus March 19, 1987 – January 4, 1990
Aniceto Sobrepeña January 5, 1990 – July 19, 1991
Press Secretary Teodoro Benigno September 6, 1986 – June 14, 1989
Adolfo Azcuna June 16, 1989 – December 31, 1989
Tomas Gomez III January 4, 1990 – February 11, 1992
Horacio Paredes February 12, 1992 – June 30, 1992
Presidential Spokesperson Teodoro Benigno March 8, 1987 – January 1, 1990
Adolfo Azcuna January 1, 1990 – March 18, 1991
Tomas Gomez III March 18, 1991 – June 30, 1992
Solicitor General Frank C. Chavez March 5, 1987 – February 5, 1992
Ramon S. Desuasido February 6, 1992 – July 5, 1992
Governor of the Central Bank of the Philippines Jose B. Fernandez Jr. January 19, 1984 – February 19, 1990[7]
Jose L. Cuisia Jr. February 20, 1990 – July 2, 1993[7]

Fidel V. Ramos (1992–1998)

Office Name Term
President Ret. Gen. Fidel V. Ramos June 30, 1992 – June 30, 1998
Vice-President Joseph Ejercito Estrada June 30, 1992 – June 30, 1998
Executive Secretary Peter Garrucho July 1, 1992 – September 13, 1992
Edelmiro Amante September 14, 1992 – June 30, 1993
Atty. Teofisto Guingona, Jr. July 6, 1993 – May 19, 1995
Atty. Ruben Torres May 20, 1995 – January 8, 1998
Alexander Aguirre January 9, 1998 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Agrarian Reform Ernesto Garilao July 1, 1992 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Agriculture Roberto Sebastian July 1, 1992 – January 31, 1996
Salvador Escudero III February 1, 1996 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Budget and Management Salvador Enriquez Jr. June 30, 1992 – February 1, 1998
Emilia Boncodin February 1, 1998 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Education, Culture and Sports Armand Fabella July 1, 1992 – July 6, 1994
Ricardo Gloria July 7, 1994 – December 1997
Erlinda Piafanco February 2, 1998 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Energy Rufino Bomasang June 30, 1992 – January 11, 1993
Delfin Lazaro January 12, 1993 – September 19, 1994
Francisco Viray September 20, 1994 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources Ricardo M. Umali (Acting) July 1, 1992 – August 31, 1992
Angel Alcala September 8, 1992 – June 30, 1995
Victor Ramos July 1, 1995 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Finance Ramon del Rosario Jr. July 1, 1992 – June 1, 1993
Ernest Leung June 2, 1993 – January 31, 1994
Roberto de Ocampo February 1, 1994 – March 30, 1998
Salvador Enriquez April 1, 1998 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Foreign Affairs Roberto Romulo July 1, 1992 – April 1995
Domingo Siazon, Jr. May 1995 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Health Dr. Juan Flavier July 1, 1992 – January 30, 1995
Dr. Jaime Galvez Tan January 30, 1995 – July 5, 1995
Hilarion Ramiro Jr. July 10, 1995 – March 22, 1996
Carmencita Reodica April 8, 1996 – June 29, 1998
Secretary of the Interior and Local Government Rafael Alunan III July 1, 1992 – April 15, 1996
Robert Barbers April 16, 1996 – February 3, 1998
Epimaco Velasco February 4, 1998 – May 30, 1998
Nelson Collantes June 1, 1998 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Justice Franklin Drilon July 1, 1992 – February 1995
Demetrio Demetria February 1995 – May 1995
Atty. Teofisto Guingona Jr. May 1995 – February 1998
Atty. Silvestre Bello III February 1998 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Labor and Employment Nieves Confesor June 30, 1992 – June 30, 1995
Jose Brillantes July 1, 1995 – January 16, 1996
Leonardo Quisumbing January 16, 1996 – January 26, 1998
Cresenciano Trajano January 26, 1998 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of National Defense Renato de Villa June 30, 1992 – September 15, 1997
Fortunato Abat September 16, 1997 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Public Works and Highways Jose de Jesus June 30, 1992 – March 1, 1993
Eduardo Mir March 1, 1993 – June 1, 1993
Gregorio Vigilar June 1, 1993 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Science and Technology Ricardo Gloria July 1, 1992 – July 6, 1994
William Padolina July 7, 1994 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Social Welfare and Development Corazon Alma de Leon July 1, 1992 – June 1995
Lilian Laigo 1995 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Tourism Narzalina Lim June 30, 1992 – September 10, 1992
Vicente Carlos September 11, 1992 – July 3, 1995
Eduardo Pilapil July 4, 1995 – March 29, 1996
Evelyn Pantig March 29, 1996 – April 7, 1996
Guillermina Gabor April 8, 1996 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Trade and Industry Rizalino Navarro July 1, 1992 – 1996
Cesar Bautista 1996 – June 30, 1998
Secretary of Transportation and Communications Jesus Garcia July 1, 1992 – April 1, 1996
Amado Lagdameo Jr. April 1, 1996 – April 16, 1997
Arturo Enrile April 16, 1997 – January 14, 1998
Josefina Lichauco January 15, 1998 – June 30, 1998
Presidential Spokesperson Rodolfo Reyes July 1, 1992 – May 10, 1993
Jesus Sison May 11, 1993 – June 20, 1995
Hector Villanueva June 21, 1995 – June 29, 1998
Chief of the Presidential Management Staff Ma. Leonora Vasquez-de Jesus, Ph.D. 1992–1998
Cabinet Secretary 1992–1998
Director-General of the National Economic and Development Authority Cielito Habito
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
July 1, 1992 – June 30, 1998
Chairperson of the Commission on Higher Education Ricardo Gloria May 18, 1994 – June 30, 1995
Angel Alcala July 1, 1995 – June 30, 1998
Solicitor General Ramon Desuasido June 30, 1992 – July 5, 1992
Eduardo Montenegro July 6, 1992 – August 10, 1992
Raul Goco August 11, 1992 – September 22, 1996
Silvestre Bello III September 23, 1996 – February 3, 1998
Romeo de la Cruz February 4, 1998 – June 8, 1998
Silvestre Bello III June 9, 1998 – June 30, 1998
Chairman of the Metropolitan Manila Authority Ismael Mathay Jr. July 1, 1992 – 1994
Prospero Oreta 1994 – March 1, 1995
Chairman of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority March 1, 1995 – June 30, 1998
National Security Adviser Jose Almonte July 1, 1992 – June 30, 1998
Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Haydee Yorac July 1, 1992 – August 9, 1993
Oscar Santos August 20, 1993 – March 22, 1994
Manuel Yan March 22, 1994 – June 30, 1998
Chairman and Administrator of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority Richard J. Gordon July 1, 1992 – June 30, 1998
Chairman of the National Centennial Commission Salvador H. Laurel 1993–1998
Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Jose L. Cuisia Jr. February 20, 1990 – July 2, 1993[7]
Gabriel Singson July 6, 1993 – July 5, 1999[7]

Joseph Ejercito Estrada (1998–2001)

Office Name Term[13]
President Joseph Ejercito Estrada June 30, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Vice-President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo June 30, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Executive Secretary Ronaldo Zamora July 1, 1998 – December 31, 2000
Edgardo Angara January 6, 2001 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Agrarian Reform Horacio Morales Jr. July 1, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Agriculture William Dar July 1, 1998 – May 24, 1999
Edgardo Angara May 25, 1999 – January 6, 2001
Domingo F. Panganiban January 8, 2001 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Budget and Management Benjamin Diokno July 1, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Education, Culture and Sports Andrew Gonzalez July 1, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Energy Mario Tiaoqui July 1, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources Antonio Cerilles July 1, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Finance Edgardo Espiritu July 1, 1998 – December 31, 1999
Jose Pardo January 2, 2000 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Foreign Affairs Domingo Siazon Jr. June 30, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Health Felipe Estrella Jr. June 30, 1998 – September 13, 1998
Alberto Romualdez September 14, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of the Interior and Local Government Joseph Ejercito Estrada
(in concurrent capacity as President)
July 1, 1998 – April 12, 1999
Ronaldo Puno April 12, 1999 – January 7, 2000
Alfredo Lim January 8, 2000 – January 19, 2001
Secretary of Justice Serafin R. Cuevas June 30, 1998 – February 11, 2000
Artemio Tuquero February 11, 2000 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Labor and Employment Bienvenido Laguesma June 30, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of National Defense Orlando S. Mercado June 30, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Public Works and Highways Gregorio Vigilar June 30, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Science and Technology William Padolina June 30, 1998 – January 29, 1999
Filemino Uriarte February 1, 1999 – January 1, 2001
Rogelio A. Panlasigui January 2, 2001 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Social Welfare and Development Gloria Macapagal Arroyo July 1, 1998 – October 3, 2000
Dulce Saguisag October 4, 2000 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Tourism Gemma Cruz-Araneta July 1, 1998 – January 19, 2001
Secretary of Trade and Industry Jose Pardo July 1, 1998 – 1999
Manuel Roxas II 1999 – January 20, 2001
Secretary of Transportation and Communications Vicente Rivera Jr. July 1, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Director-General of the National Economic and Development Authority Felipe Medalla
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
July 1, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Presidential Spokesperson Fernardo Barican June 30, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Press Secretary Rodolfo Reyes June 30, 1998 – April 12, 2000
Ricardo Puno April 13, 2000 – January 20, 2001
Malacañang Chief of Staff Aprodicio Laquian February 2000 – March 22, 2000[14]
Head of the Presidential Management Staff Leonora de Jesus June 30, 1998 – 2000
Macel Fernandez 2000 – January 20, 2001
Chairperson of the Commission on Higher Education Angel Alcala June 30, 1998 – July 11, 1999
Ester Garcia July 12, 1999 – January 20, 2001
Solicitor General Ricardo P. Galvez July 1, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Chairman of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Jejomar Binay July 1, 1998 – January 20, 2001
National Security Adviser Alexander Aguirre July 1, 1998 – January 19, 2001
Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Manuel Yan June 30, 1998 – January 20, 2001
Lead Convenor of the National Anti-Poverty Commission Horacio Morales Jr. December 1998 – October 2000
Dulce Saguisag October 2000 – January 20, 2001
Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Gabriel Singson July 6, 1993 – July 5, 1999[7]
Rafael Buenaventura July 6, 1999 – July 3, 2005[7]

Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (2001–2010)

Office Name Term[15]
President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo 2001–2010
Vice-President Teofisto Guingona Jr. 2001–2004
Noli de Castro 2004–2010
Executive Secretary Renato de Villa January 22, 2001 – May 7, 2001
Alberto Romulo May 8, 2001 – August 24, 2004
Eduardo Ermita August 24, 2004 – February 23, 2010
Leandro Mendoza February 24, 2010 – June 30, 2010
Secretary of Agrarian Reform Horacio Morales July 1, 1998 – February 11, 2001
Hernani Braganza February 12, 2001 – January 15, 2003
Roberto Pagdanganan January 20, 2003 – January 20, 2004
Jose Marie Ponce February 20, 2004 – August 24, 2004
Rene Villa August 26, 2004 – July 9, 2005
Nasser Pangandaman July 10, 2005 – June 30, 2010
Secretary of Agriculture Domingo F. Panganiban January 12, 2001 – March 31, 2001
Leonardo Q. Montemayor March 31, 2001 – December 8, 2002
Luis Lorenzo Jr. December 9, 2002 – August 15, 2004
Arthur C. Yap August 23, 2004 – July 15, 2005
Domingo F. Panganiban July 16, 2005 – October 22, 2006
Arthur C. Yap October 23, 2006 – March 4, 2010
Bernie Fondevilla March 5, 2010 – June 30, 2010
Secretary of Budget and Management Emilia Boncodin January 23, 2001 – July 9, 2005
Romulo Neri July 19, 2005 – February 6, 2006
Rolando Andaya, Jr. (Acting) February 6, 2006 – March 2, 2010
Joaquin Lagonera (Interim) March 11, 2010 – June 4, 2010
Joaquin Lagonera (Acting) June 5, 2010– June 30, 2010
Secretary of Education Raul Roco January 22, 2001 – August 2002
Edilberto de Jesus September 2002 – August 2004
Florencio B. Abad September 23, 2004 – July 8, 2005
Ramon Bacani (OIC) July 8, 2005 – August 30, 2005
Fe Hidalgo (OIC) August 31, 2005 – October 3, 2006
Jesli Lapus October 4, 2006 – March 15, 2010
Mona Valisno March 10, 2010 – June 30, 2010
Secretary of Energy Jose Isidro Camacho March 2, 2001 – June 7, 2001
Vincent S. Pérez June 8, 2001 – March 21, 2005
Raphael Lotilla March 22, 2005 – July 31, 2007
Angelo T. Reyes August 1, 2007 – March 25, 2010
Jose C. Ibazeta March 31, 2010 – June 30, 2010
Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources Joemarie D. Gerochi (OIC) January 26, 2001 – March 28, 2001
Heherson T. Alvarez March 29, 2001 – December 12, 2002
Elisea G. Gozun December 13, 2002 – August 31, 2004
Michael T. Defensor September 1, 2004 – February 15, 2006
Angelo T. Reyes February 16, 2006 – July 31, 2007
Jose L. Atienza Jr. August 1, 2007 – December 28, 2009
Eleazar P. Quinto January 4, 2010 – February 11, 2010
Horacio C. Ramos February 12, 2010 – June 30, 2010
Secretary of Finance Alberto G. Romulo January 23, 2001 – June 30, 2001
Jose Isidro N. Camacho June 30, 2001 – November 30, 2003
Juanita D. Amatong December 1, 2003 – February 14, 2005
Cesar V. Purisima February 15, 2005 – July 15, 2005
Margarito B. Teves July 22, 2005 – June 30, 2010
Secretary of Foreign Affairs Teofisto T. Guingona Jr. January 2001 – July 2002
Blas F. Ople July 2002 – December 2003
Delia Albert December 2003 – August 2004
Alberto G. Romulo August 24, 2004 – February 24, 2011
Secretary of Health Manuel M. Dayrit February 26, 2001 – April 31, 2005
Francisco T. Duque June 1, 2005 – January 18, 2010
Esperanza I. Cabral January 18, 2010 – June 30, 2010
Esperanza I. Cabral June 30, 2010 – July 4, 2010
Secretary of the Interior and Local Government Anselmo S. Avelino, Jr January 20, 2001 – January 28, 2001
Jose D. Lina, Jr. January 29, 2001 – July 11, 2006
Angelo T. Reyes July 12, 2004 – February 16, 2006
Ronaldo V. Puno April 4, 2006 – June 30, 2010
Secretary of Justice Hernando Perez January 2001 – January 2002
Maria Merceditas N. Gutierrez (Acting) November 2002 – January 2003
Simeon A. Datumanong January 2003 – December 2003
Maria Merceditas N. Gutierrez December 24, 2003 – August 2004
Raul M. Gonzalez August 25, 2004 – June 2009
Agnes Devanadera June 9, 2009 – February 2010
Alberto Agra (Acting) March 1, 2010 – June 2010
Secretary of Labor and Employment Patricia Aragon Santo Tomas February 12, 2001 – June 2006
Arturo D. Brion June 16, 2006 – December 2008
Marianito D. Roque December 20, 2008 – June 30, 2010
Secretary of National Defense Orlando S. Mercado January 22–25, 2001
Angelo T. Reyes March 19, 2001 – August 29, 2003
Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
(in concurrent capacity as President)
September 1 – October 2, 2003
Eduardo R. Ermita October 3, 2003 – August 24, 2004
Avelino J. Cruz Jr. August 25, 2004 – November 30, 2006
Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
(in concurrent capacity as President)
November 30, 2006 – February 1, 2007
Hermogenes E. Ebdane, Jr. February 1 – July 1, 2007
Norberto Gonzales July 1 – August 3, 2007
Gilberto C. Teodoro, Jr. August 3, 2007 – November 15, 2009
Norberto Gonzales (Acting) November 15, 2009 – June 30, 2010
Secretary of Public Works and Highways Simeon A. Datumanong 2001 – 2003
Bayani F. Fernando January 15, 2003 – April 15, 2003
Florente Soriquez (Acting) April 16, 2003 – February 13, 2005
Hermogenes Ebdane Jr. February 14, 2005 – February 5, 2007
Manuel M. Bonoan (OIC) February 5, 2007 – July 3, 2007
Hermogenes Ebdane Jr. July 3, 2007 – October 26, 2009
Victor A. Domingo (Acting) October 26, 2009 – July 5, 2010
Secretary of Science and Technology Rogelio A. Panlasigui (Acting) January 2, 2001 – March 11, 2001
Estrella Alabastro March 12, 2001 – June 30, 2010
Secretary of Social Welfare and Development Corazon Juliano Soliman January 29, 2001 – July 8, 2005
Luwalhati F. Pablo (OIC) July 9, 2005 – February 5, 2006
Esperanza Cabral February 6, 2006 – January 17, 2010
Celia Yangco (Acting) January 18, 2010 – June 30, 2010
Secretary of Tourism Richard J. Gordon February 12, 2001 – January 4, 2004
Robert Dean Barbers (OIC) January 19, 2004 – February 25, 2004
Roberto Pagdanganan June 12, 2004 – August 31, 2004
Evelyn B. Pantig (OIC) September 1, 2004 – November 29, 2004
Joseph Ace Durano November 30, 2004 – June 30, 2010
Secretary of Trade and Industry Manuel Roxas II 1999 – 2003
Cesar V. Purisima 2004 – 2005
Juan B. Santos 2005 – 2005
Peter B. Favila 2005 – 2010
Secretary of Transportation and Communication Vicente C. Rivera Jr. July 1, 1998 – January 30, 2001
Pantaleon Alvarez January 29, 2001 – July 4, 2002
Leandro R. Mendoza July 4, 2001 – March 10, 2010
Anneli R. Lontoc March 10, 2010 – June 30, 2010
Cabinet Secretary Ricardo Saludo 2001–2004
Silvestre H. Bello III 2004–2010
Chairperson of the Commission on Higher Education Ester A. Garcia July 12, 1999 – May 31, 2003
Bro. Rolando Ramos Dizon, FSC June 2, 2003 – October 17, 2004
Fr. Rolando de la Rosa October 18, 2004 – April 30, 2005
Carlito S. Puno (Acting) May 3, 2005 – November 16, 2005
Carlito S. Puno November 17, 2005 – August 15, 2007
Romulo L. Neri (Acting) August 16, 2007 – July 31, 2008
Nona S. Ricafort (OIC) August 1–31, 2008
Emmanuel Y. Angeles (Acting) September 1, 2008 – July 18, 2010
Patricia B. Licuanan July 19, 2010 – present
Chairman of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Benjamin C. Abalos Sr. January 2001 – 2002
Bayani Fernando February 2002 – 2009
Oscar Inocentes October 2009 – June 30, 2010
Chief of the Presidential Management Staff Elena Bautista-Horn 2004 – 2010
Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Rafael Buenaventura 1999 – 2005[7]
Amando Tetangco Jr. 2005 – 2011[7]
Presidential Chief of Staff Renato Corona 2001
Rigoberto Tiglao 2002 – 2004
Mike Defensor 2006 – 2007
Joey Salceda 2007
Lead Convenor of the National Anti-Poverty Commission Dulce Q. Saguisag November 2000 – February 2002
Teresita Quintos-Deles February 2002 – October 2003
Camilo L. Sabio October 6, 2003 – January 2004
Veronica F. Villavicencio February 9, 2004 – August 2004
Imelda M. Nicolas July 8, 2004 – July 8, 2005
Datu Zamzamin L. Ampatuan (Acting) July 18, 2005
Cerge M. Remonde August 16, 2006 – September 22, 2006
Domingo F. Panganiban October 18, 2006 – June 2010
Director-General of the National Economic and Development Authority Dante Canlas
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
January 24, 2001 – December 16, 2002
Romulo Neri
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
December 17, 2002 – July 18, 2005
Augusto Santos
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
July 14, 2005 – February 16, 2006
Romulo Neri
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
February 16, 2006 – August 16, 2007
Augusto Santos (Acting)
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
August 16, 2007 – July 27, 2008
Raphael G. Recto
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
July 28, 2008 – August 16, 2009
Augusto Santos (Acting)
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
August 19, 2009 – June 29, 2010
National Security Adviser and Director-General Roilo S. Golez February 19, 2001 – January 4, 2004
Norberto B. Gonzales February 1, 2004 – August 21, 2004
Hermogenes E. Ebdane, Jr. August 22, 2004 – February 14, 2005
Norberto B. Gonzales February 15, 2005 – January 31, 2010
Milo S. Ibrado Jr. (Acting) December 15, 2009 – June 30, 2010
Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Eduardo R. Ermita 2001 – 2003
Teresita Quintos-Deles October 2, 2003 – July 8, 2005
Jesus G. Dureza July 2005 – June 15, 2008
Hermogenes C. Esperon, Jr. June 15, 2008 – February 2009
Avelino Razon Jr. February 2009 – October 12, 2009
Nabil A. Tan October 13, 2009 – October 23, 2010
Annabelle Abaya October 23, 2009 – June 30, 2010
Presidential Spokesperson Rigoberto Tiglao 2001 – 2002
Ignacio R. Bunye
(in concurrent capacity as press secretary)
2002 – 2008
Eduardo R. Ermita
(in concurrent capacity as Executive Secretary)
2008 – 2009
Press Secretary Noel C. Cabrera January 23, 2001 – March 31, 2002
Rigoberto D. Tiglao April 1–15, 2002
Silvestre Afable April 16 – July 15, 2002
Ignacio R. Bunye July 16, 2002 – January 19, 2003
Hernani A. Braganza January 20, 2003 – June 17, 2003
Milton A. Alingod June 18, 2003 – August 30, 2004
Ignacio R. Bunye August 31, 2004 – June 15, 2008
Jesus G. Dureza June 16, 2008 – January 31, 2009
Cerge M. Remonde February 1, 2009 – January 19, 2010
Conrado Limcaoco (Acting) January 20–31, 2010
Crispulo Icban Jr. (Acting) February 1, 2010 – June 30, 2010
Solicitor General Ricardo P. Galvez 2000–2001
Simeon V. Marcelo 2001–2002
Carlos N. Ortega 2002
Alfredo L. Benipayo 2002–2006
Antonio Eduardo B. Nachura 2006–2007
Agnes VST Devanadera 2007–2010
Alberto C. Agra 2010

Benigno S. Aquino III (2010–2016)

Office Name Term
President Benigno S. Aquino III 2010–2016
Vice President Jejomar C. Binay 2010–2016
Cabinet Secretary Jose Rene D. Almendras November 5, 2012[16] – 2016
Executive Secretary Paquito "Jojo" Ochoa Jr. June 30, 2010[16] – 2016
Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda June 30, 2010[16] – 2016
Secretary of the Presidential Communications Operations Office Herminio B. Coloma Jr. June 30, 2010[16] – 2016
Chief of the Presidential Management Staff Julia Abad 2010–2016
Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Eduardo de Mesa June 30, 2010 – December 18, 2012
Alfredo Benjamin Caguioa January 10, 2013 – October 12, 2015
Solicitor General Jose Anselmo I. Cadiz 2010–2012
Francis H. Jardeleza 2012–2014
Florin T. Hilbay 2014–2016
Director-General of the National Economic and Development Authority Cayetano Paderanga Jr.
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
June 30, 2010[16] – May 10, 2012[16]
Arsenio Balisacan
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
May 10, 2012[16] – 2016
Emmanuel Esguerra (in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning) 2016
Presidential Assistant for Rehabilitation and Recovery Dir. Gen. Panfilo "Ping" Lacson, PNP (Ret.) 2013–2015
Presidential Assistant for Food Security and Agriculture Modernization Francis "Kiko" Pangilinan 2014–2015
Fredelita Guiza 2015–2016
Secretary of the Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office Ramon Carandang June 30, 2010[16] – 2013
Manuel "Manolo" Quezon III 2013–2016
Secretary of Agrarian Reform Virgilio de los Reyes June 30, 2010[16] – 2016
Secretary of Agriculture Proceso Alcala June 30, 2010[16] – 2016
Secretary of Budget and Management Florencio "Butch" Abad July 1, 2010[16] – 2016
Secretary of Education Br. Armin Luistro FSC June 30, 2010[16] – 2016
Secretary of Energy Jose Rene D. Almendras July 2, 2010[16] – November 5, 2012[16]
Carlos Jericho L. Petilla November 5, 2012[16] – 2015
Zenaida Monsada 2015–2016
Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources Ramon J.P. Paje July 1, 2010[16] – 2016
Secretary of Finance Cesar V. Purisima June 30, 2010[16] – 2016
Secretary of Foreign Affairs Alberto G. Romulo July 1, 2010[16] – February 24, 2011[16]
Albert F. del Rosario February 24, 2011[16] – 2016
Jose Rene Almendras
(in acting capacity)
2016
Secretary of Health Dr. Enrique T. Ona July 5, 2010[16] – 2014
Dr. Janette Garin 2014–2016
Secretary of the Interior and Local Government Benigno Aquino III
(in concurrent capacity as President)
2010
Jesse M. Robredo July 9, 2010[16] – August 18, 2012[16]
Paquito "Jojo" Ochoa Jr.
(in acting capacity)
2012
Manuel Mar Roxas September 20, 2012[16] – 2015
Mel Senen Sarmiento 2015–2016
Secretary of Justice Leila de Lima June 30, 2010[16] – 2015
Alfredo Benjamin Caguioa 2015–2016
Emmanuel Caparas
(in acting capacity)
2016
Secretary of Labor and Employment Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz June 30, 2010[16] – 2016
Secretary of National Defense Lt. Gen. Voltaire Gazmin, PA (Ret.) June 30, 2010[16] – 2016
Secretary of Public Works and Highways Rogelio Singson June 30, 2010[16] – 2016
Secretary of Science and Technology Dr. Mario Montejo June 30, 2010[16] – 2016
Secretary of Social Welfare and Development Corazon Juliano Soliman July 1, 2010[16] – 2016
Secretary of Tourism Alberto Lim July 1, 2010[16] – August 31, 2011[16]
Ramon "Mon" Jimenez Jr. 2011–2016
Secretary of Trade and Industry Gregory Domingo June 30, 2010[16] – 2015
Adrian S. Cristobal Jr. 2015–2016
Secretary of Transportation and Communications Jose de Jesus June 30, 2012[16] – June 30, 2011[16]
Mar Roxas 2011–2012
Joseph Emilio A. Abaya September 20, 2012[16] – June 30, 2016
Chairperson of the Commission on Higher Education Patricia B. Licuanan July 19, 2010[16] – June 30, 2016
Chairman of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Francis Tolentino August 3, 2010[16] – October 7, 2015
Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Teresita Quintos-Deles July 1, 2010[16] – June 30, 2016
Lead Convenor of the National Anti-Poverty Commission Jose Eliseo M. Rocamora November 8, 2010[16] – June 30, 2016
National Security Adviser and Director-General Cesar P. Garcia Jr. July 5, 2010[16] – June 30, 2016
Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Amando Tetangco Jr. 2011–2017[7]

Rodrigo Roa Duterte (2016–2022)

For a more comprehensive list, see List of administration members in the presidency of Rodrigo Duterte.

Office Name Term
President Atty. Rodrigo Roa Duterte June 30, 2016[17] – June 30, 2022
Vice-President Atty. Maria Leonor G. Robredo June 30, 2016[18] – June 30, 2022
Executive Secretary Atty. Salvador Medialdea June 30, 2016[19] – June 30, 2022
Special Assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence "Bong" Go June 30, 2016[19] – October 15, 2018[20]
Atty. Jesus Melchor Quitain (OIC) November 12, 2018[21] – June 30, 2022
Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Atty. Salvador Panelo June 30, 2016[22] – October 8, 2021[23]
Atty. Jesus Melchor Quitain October 19, 2021[24] – June 30, 2022
Cabinet Secretary Leoncio Evasco Jr. June 30, 2016[19] – October 16, 2018[20]
Atty. Karlo Nograles November 5, 2018[25] – March 7, 2022
Atty. Melvin Matibag (Acting) March 8, 2022[26] – June 30, 2022
Director-General of the National Economic and Development Authority Ernesto Pernia
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
June 30, 2016[27][22] – April 17, 2020
Karl Kendrick Chua
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
April 17, 2020[28][29] – June 30, 2022
Solicitor General Atty. Jose Calida June 30, 2016[27] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Agrarian Reform Rafael V. Mariano June 30, 2016[19] – September 6, 2017[30]
Rosalina Bistoyong (OIC) September 11, 2017[31] – November 30, 2017
Atty. John Castriciones December 1, 2017 (Acting)[32] /
March 22, 2018[33] – October 14, 2021[34]
Bernie Cruz (Acting) October 28, 2021[35] – June 22, 2022
David Erro (OIC) June 22, 2022[36] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Agriculture Manny Piñol June 30, 2016[19] – June 27, 2019[37]
William Dar August 5, 2019[38] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Budget and Management Benjamin Diokno June 30, 2016[19] – March 4, 2019
Atty. Janet Abuel (OIC) March 5, 2019[39] – August 5, 2019
Atty. Wendel Avisado August 5, 2019[40] – August 13, 2021
Tina Rose Marie Canda (OIC) August 13, 2021[41] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Education Prof. Leonor Magtolis Briones June 30, 2016[19] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Energy Alfonso Cusi June 30, 2016[19] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources Gina López June 30, 2016[19] – May 3, 2017[42]
Ret. Gen. Roy Cimatu, AFP May 8, 2017[43] – February 18, 2022
Jim Sampluna (Acting) February 18, 2022[44] – June 22, 2022
Joselin Marcus Fragada (OIC) June 22, 2022[36] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Finance Carlos Dominguez III June 30, 2016[19] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Foreign Affairs Atty. Perfecto Yasay Jr. June 30, 2016[19] – March 8, 2017
Enrique Manalo (Acting) March 9, 2017[45] – May 17, 2017
Atty. Alan Peter Cayetano May 18, 2017[46] – October 17, 2018[20][47]
Atty. Teodoro Locsin, Jr. October 17, 2018[48] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Health Dr. Paulyn Jean Rosell-Ubial, M.D. June 30, 2016[19] – October 10, 2017[49]
Dr. Herminigildo V. Valle (OIC) October 12, 2017[50] – October 25, 2017
Dr. Francisco Duque III October 26, 2017[51] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Human Settlements and Urban Development Ret. Maj. Gen. Eduardo del Rosario, AFP January 7, 2020[52] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Information
and Communications Technology
Atty. Rodolfo Salalima June 30, 2016[19] – September 22, 2017[53]
Ret. BGen. Eliseo M. Rio, Jr., AFP October 12, 2017[50] – June 30, 2019
Ret. Col. Gregorio Honasan, PA July 1, 2019[54] – October 8, 2021[23]
Jose Arturo De Castro (OIC) October 28, 2021[55] – December 19, 2021
Emmanuel Rey Caintic (Acting) December 20, 2021[56] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of the Interior
and Local Government
Ismael Sueno June 30, 2016[19] – April 4, 2017
Ret. Police Maj. Gen. Catalino Cuy (OIC) April 5, 2017[57] – January 5, 2018[58]
Ret. Gen. Eduardo Año, AFP January 5, 2018 (OIC)[59] / November 5, 2018[60]
– June 30, 2022
Secretary of Justice Atty. Vitaliano Aguirre II June 30, 2016[19] – April 5, 2018
Atty. Menardo I. Guevarra April 5, 2018[61] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Labor and Employment Atty. Silvestre Bello III June 30, 2016[19] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Migrant Workers Abdullah Derupong Mama-o March 9, 2022[26] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of National Defense Ret. Maj. Gen. Delfin Lorenzana, AFP June 30, 2016[19] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Public Works and Highways Rafael Yabut (Acting) July 1, 2016[62] – July 26/27, 2016[62]
Mark Villar June 30, 2016[19] – October 4, 2021[63]
Roger Mercado (OIC) October 13, 2021[64] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Science and Technology Fortunato de la Peña June 30, 2016[19] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Social Welfare and Development Prof. Judy Taguiwalo June 30, 2016[19] – August 16, 2017[65]
Emmanuel A. Leyco (OIC) August 19, 2017[66] – May 9, 2018
Virginia Orogo May 10, 2018[67] – October 15, 2018
Ret. Lt. Gen. Rolando Joselito Bautista, AFP October 17, 2018[48] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Tourism Wanda Corazon Teo June 30, 2016[19] – May 8, 2018
Bernadette Romulo-Puyat May 8, 2018[68] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Trade and Industry Ramon Lopez June 30, 2016[19] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of Transportation Atty. Arthur Tugade June 30, 2016[19] – June 30, 2022
Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella June 30, 2016[19] – October 27, 2017[69]
Atty. Harry Roque October 29, 2017[70] – October 15, 2018
Atty. Salvador Panelo October 15, 2018[71] – April 12, 2020
Atty. Harry Roque April 13, 2020[72] – November 15, 2021
Atty. Karlo Nograles (Acting) November 15, 2021[73] – March 7, 2022
Martin Andanar (Acting) March 8, 2022[74] – June 30, 2022
Secretary of the Presidential Communications Operations Office Martin Andanar June 30, 2016[19] – June 30, 2022
National Security Adviser Ret. Gen. Hermogenes Esperon, AFP June 30, 2016[19] – June 30, 2022
Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza June 30, 2016[22] – November 27, 2018[75]
Ret. Gen. Carlito Galvez Jr., AFP December 12, 2018[76] – June 30, 2022
Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Amando Tetangco Jr. July 31, 2011 – July 3, 2017[7]
Nestor Espenilla Jr. July 3, 2017 – February 23, 2019[7]
Benjamin Diokno March 4, 2019[7] – June 30, 2022

Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. (2022–present)

Office Name Term
President H.E. Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. June 30, 2022 –
Vice-President H.E. Sara Z. Duterte-Carpio June 30, 2022 –
Executive Secretary Atty. Victor Rodriguez June 30, 2022 – September 17, 2022
Chief Justice Lucas Purugganan Bersamin (Ret.) September 27, 2022 –
Special Assistant for the President Sec. Antonio Ernesto Lagdameo Jr. June 30, 2022 –
Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Atty. Juanito Valentin Furagganan Ponce Enrile Sr. June 30, 2022 –
Chief of the Presidential Management Staff Ma. Zenaida Benedicto-Angping June 30, 2022 - December 2, 2022
Usec. Elaine Masukat (OIC) December 2, 2022 –
Secretary of Presidential Communications Office Atty. Rose Beatrix Cruz-Angeles June 30, 2022 – October 4, 2022
Atty. Cheloy Velicaria-Garafil October 7, 2022 –
Secretary of Agrarian Reform Conrado Estrella III June 30, 2022 –
Secretary of Agriculture H.E. Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr.
(in concurrent capacity as President)
June 30, 2022 – November 3, 2023
Francisco Laurel Jr. November 3, 2023 –
Secretary of Budget and Management Amenah Pangandaman June 30, 2022 –
Secretary of Education H.E. Sara Z. Duterte
(in concurrent capacity as Vice President)
June 30, 2022 –
Secretary of Energy Atty. Raphael Perpetuo Lotilla July 11, 2022 –
Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources Usec. Ernesto D. Adobo Jr. (OIC) June 30, 2022 – July 12, 2022
Ma. Antonia Yulo-Loyzaga July 12, 2022 –
Secretary of Finance Benjamin Diokno June 30, 2022 – January 12, 2024
Ralph Recto January 12, 2024 –
Secretary of Foreign Affairs Enrique Manalo July 1, 2022 –
Secretary of Health Usec. Maria Rosario Vergeire (OIC) July 14, 2022 – June 5, 2023
Dr. Teodoro Herbosa June 5, 2023 –
Secretary of Human Settlements and Urban Development Usec. Melissa A. Aradanas, CESO II (OIC) June 30, 2022 – July 29, 2022
Arch. Jose Rizalino Acuzar July 29, 2022 –
Secretary of Information
and Communications Technology
Atty. Ivan John Uy June 30, 2022 –
Secretary of the Interior
and Local Government
Atty. Benjamin Abalos Jr. June 30, 2022 –
Secretary of Justice Atty. Jesus Crispin Remulla June 30, 2022 –
Secretary of Labor and Employment Atty. Bienvenido Laguesma June 30, 2022 –
Secretary of Migrant Workers Maria Susana Ople June 30, 2022 – August 22, 2023
Usec. Hans Leo Cacdac (OIC) September 7, 2023 –
Secretary of National Defense Usec. Jose Faustino Jr. (OIC) June 30, 2023 – January 9, 2023
Usec. Carlito Galvez Jr. (OIC) January 9, 2023 – June 5, 2023
Atty. Gilberto Eduardo Gerardo Teodoro Jr. June 5, 2023 –
Secretary of Public Works and Highways Engr. Manuel Bonoan June 30, 2022 –
Secretary of Science and Technology Renato Solidum Jr. July 22, 2022 –
Secretary of Social Welfare and Development Erwin Tulfo June 30, 2022 – December 27, 2022
Usec. Eduardo Punay (OIC) December 27, 2022 – January 31, 2023
Rexlon Gatchalian January 31, 2023 –
Secretary of Tourism Atty. Ma. Esperanza Christina Garcia-Frasco June 30, 2022 –
Secretary of Trade and Industry Alfredo Pascual June 30, 2022 –
Secretary of Transportation Jaime Bautista June 30, 2022 –
Director-General of the National Economic and Development Authority Arsenio Balisacan
(in concurrent capacity as Secretary of Socio-economic Planning)
June 30, 2022 –
Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Felipe Medalla June 30, 2022 – July 2, 2023
Eli Remolona Jr.
(in concurrent capacity as ex officio Chairman of the Anti-Money Laundering Council)
July 2, 2023 –
Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Lt. Gen. Bartolome Vicente Bacarro, PA August 8, 2022 – January 6, 2023
Gen. Andres Centino, PA January 6, 2023 – July 19, 2023
Gen. Romeo Brawner Jr., PA July 19, 2023 -
Executive Director of National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council Raymundo Ferrer August 2, 2022 –
National Security Adviser Sec. Clarita Carlos June 30, 2022 – January 14, 2023
Gen. Eduardo Año January 14, 2023 –
Chairperson of Philippine Sports Commission Noli Eala August 30, 2022 – December 28, 2022
Richard Bachmann December 28, 2022 –
Chairman of National Commission for Culture and the Arts Victorino Mapa Manalo January 4 2023
Director-General of Philippine Space Agency Engr. Joel Joseph Marciano Jr. June 30, 2022 –
Solicitor General Atty. Menardo Guevarra June 30, 2022 –

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