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Federal Governments and State Governments since 1918 (according to the Austrian Amtskalender, the official register of public offices, agencies and institutions published annually by the Austrian Federal Press Service)
 
Renner (I): from October 30, 1918 to March 3, 1919; entrusted with the continued administration until March 15, 1919
State Chancellery: head (State Chancellor): Karl Renner
State Office of Foreign Affairs: Staatssekretär: Victor Adler (until November 11, 1918); Staatssekretär: Otto Bauer (from November 21, 1918); entrusted with the function of Unterstaatssekretär: Otto Bauer (from October 31, 1918 to November 21, 1918); Unterstaatssekretär: Leopold Waber (from November 5, 1918); Unterstaatssekretär: Egon Pflügl (from November 5, 1918)
State Office of Military Affairs: Staatssekretär: Josef Mayer; Unterstaatssekretär: Erwin Waihs (from November 5, 1918); Unterstaatssekretär: Julius Deutsch (from November 5, 1918)
State Office of the Interior: Staatssekretär: Heinrich Mataja; Unterstaatssekretär: Otto Glöckel (from November 5, 1918); Unterstaatssekretär: Richard Marckhl (from November 5, 1918)
State Office of Education: Staatssekretär: Raphael Pacher
State Office of Justice: Staatssekretär: Julius Roller
State Office of Finance: Staatssekretär: Otto Steinwender; Unterstaatssekretär: Eugen Beck-Managetta (from November 5, 1918); Unterstaatssekretär: Ferdinand Grimm (from November 4, 1918)
State Office of Agriculture: Staatssekretär: Josef Stöckler
State Office of Trade, Industry and Commerce and State Office for War and Transition Economy (established to cope with and improve the country’s desperate economic and social situation after World War I): Staatssekretär: Karl Urban; Unterstaatssekretär: Richard Riedl (from November 7, 1918)
State Office of Public Works: Staatssekretär: Johann Zerdik
State Office of Transport: Staatssekretär: Karl Jukel; Unterstaatssekretär: Bruno Enderes
State Office of Public Food Supplies: Staatssekretär: Johann Löwenfeld-Russ; Unterstaatssekretär: Robert Wallenstorfer (from November 21, 1918)
State Office of Social Assistance: Staatssekretär: Ferdinand Hanusch; Unterstaatssekretär: Josef Resch (from November 1, 1918)
State Office of Public Health: Staatssekretär: Ignaz Kaup
 
Renner (II): from March 15, 1919 to October 17, 1919
State Chancellery: State Chancellor: Karl Renner; Vice-Chancellor: Jodok Fink
State Office of the Interior and of Education: Staatssekretär: Karl Renner, State Chancellor (until May 9, 1919); Staatssekretär: Matthias Eldersch (from May 9, 1919); Unterstaatssekretär for Educational Affairs: Otto Glöckel; Unterstaatssekretär for Cultural Affairs: Wilhelm Miklas
State Office of Justice: Staatssekretär: Richard Bratusch
State Office of Finance: Staatssekretär: Josef Schumpeter
State Office of Agriculture and Forestry: Staatssekretär: Josef Stöckler
State Office of Commerce and Trade, Industry and Building: Staatssekretär: Johann Zerdik; Unterstaatssekretär: Wilhelm Ellenbogen
State Office of Social Administration: Staatssekretär: Ferdinand Hanusch; Unterstaatssekretär: Josef Resch (from April 4, 1919); entrusted with the continued management of Public Health: Ignaz Kaup (until May 9, 1919); Unterstaatssekretär for Public Health: Julius Tandler (from May 9, 1919)
State Office of Foreign Affairs: head: Otto Bauer, Staatssekretär (until July 26, 1919); Karl Renner, State Chancellor (from July 26, 1919); Unterstaatssekretär: Egon Pflügl (from April 4, 1919)
State Office of Military Affairs: Staatssekretär: Julius Deutsch; Unterstaatssekretär: Erwin Waihs
State Office of Public Food Supplies: Staatssekretär: Johann Löwenfeld-Russ
State Office of Transport: Staatssekretär: Ludwig Paul
 
Renner (III): from October 17, 1919 to June 11, 1920; entrusted with the continued administration until July 7, 1920
State Chancellery: State Chancellor: Karl Renner; Vice-Chancellor: Jodok Fink (until June 24, 1920); Staatssekretär for Constitutional and Administrative Reform: Michael Mayr (until June 24, 1920)
State Office of the Interior and of Education: Staatssekretär: Matthias Eldersch; Unterstaatssekretär for Education: Otto Glöckel; Unterstaatssekretär for Cultural Affairs: Wilhelm Miklas (until June 24, 1920)
State Office of Justice: Staatssekretär: Rudolf Ramek (until June 24, 1920); temporary head: Matthias Eldersch, Staatssekretär (from June 24, 1920); Unterstaatssekretär: Arnold Eisler
State Office of Finance: Staatssekretär: Richard Reisch
State Office of Agriculture and Forestry: temporary head: Karl Renner, State Chancellor (from June 24, 1920)
State Office of Commerce and Trade, Industry and Building: Staatssekretär: Johann Zerdik (until June 24, 1920); Unterstaatssekretär: Wilhelm Ellenbogen (temporary head from June 24, 1920)
State Office of Social Administration: Staatssekretär: Ferdinand Hanusch; Unterstaatssekretär: Josef Resch (until June 24, 1920); Unterstaatssekretär for Public Health: Julius Tandler
State Office of Foreign Affairs: Staatssekretär: Karl Renner, State Chancellor
State Office of Military Affairs: Staatssekretär: Julius Deutsch; Unterstaatssekretär: Erwin Waihs (until June 24, 1920)
State Office of Public Food Supplies: Staatssekretär: Johann Löwenfeld-Ruß
State Office of Transport: Staatssekretär: Ludwig Paul (until July 1, 1920); temporary head: Ferdinand Hanusch, Staatssekretär
 
Mayr (I): from July 7, 1920 to November 20, 1920
State Chancellery: chairman of cabinet: Michael Mayr, Staatssekretär; deputy chairman of cabinet and deputy head: Ferdinand Hanusch, Staatssekretär (until October 22, 1920); acted as deputy chairman of cabinet: Eduard Heinl, Staatssekretär (from October 22, 1920)
State Office of the Interior and of Education: Staatssekretär: Walter Breisky; Unterstaatssekretär for Educational Affairs: Otto Glöckel (until October 22, 1920); Unterstaatssekretär for Cultural Affairs: Wilhelm Miklas
State Office of Justice: Staatssekretär: Julius Roller; Unterstaatssekretär: Arnold Eisler
State Office of Finance: Staatssekretär: Richard Reisch
State Office of Agriculture and Forestry: Staatssekretär: Alois Haueis
State Office of Commerce and Trade, Industry and Building: Staatssekretär: Eduard Heinl; Unterstaatssekretär: Wilhelm Ellenbogen (until October 22, 1920)
State Office of Social Administration: Staatssekretär: Ferdinand Hanusch (until October 22, 1920); temporary head: Eduard Heinl, Staatssekretär (from October 22, 1920); Unterstaatssekretär: Josef Resch; Unterstaatssekretär for Public Health: Julius Tandler (until October 22, 1920)
State Office of Foreign Affairs: Staatssekretär: Karl Renner (until October 22, 1920); temporary head: Michael Mayr, Staatssekretär (from October 22, 1920)
State Office of Military Affairs: Staatssekretär: Julius Deutsch (until October 22, 1920); temporary head: Walter Breisky, Staatssekretär (from October 22, 1920)
State Office of Public Food Supplies: temporary head: Alfred Grünberger (from July 9, 1920)
State Office of Transport: Staatssekretär: Karl Pesta
 
Mayr (II): from November 20, 1920 to June 1, 1921; entrusted with the continued administration until June 21, 1921
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Michael Mayr; Vice-Chancellor: Walter Breisky
Federal Ministry of the Interior and of Education: Federal Minister: Egon Glanz (until April 7, 1921); head: Walter Breisky, Vice-Chancellor (from April 7, 1921 to April 23, 1921); Federal Minister: Rudolf Ramek (from April 23, 1921); entrusted with the management of Educational and Cultural Affairs: Walter Breisky, Vice-Chancellor
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Rudolf Paltauf
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Ferdinand Grimm
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Alois Haueis
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Trade, Industry and Building: Federal Minister: Eduard Heinl
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Josef Resch
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: head: Michael Mayr, Federal Chancellor
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: head: Egon Glanz, Federal Minister (until April 7, 1921); head: Walter Breisky, Vice-Chancellor (from April 7, 1921 to April 28, 1921); Federal Minister: Carl Vaugoin (from April 28, 1921)
Federal Ministry of Public Food Supplies: Federal Minister: Alfred Grünberger
Federal Ministry of Transport: Federal Minister: Karl Pesta
 
Schober (I): from June 21, 1921 to January 26, 1922
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Johann Schober; Vice-Chancellor: Walter Breisky
Federal Ministry of the Interior and of Education: Federal Minister: Leopold Waber (until January 16, 1922); head: Johann Schober, Federal Chancellor (from January 16, 1922); entrusted with the management of Educational and Cultural Affairs: Walter Breisky, Vice-Chancellor
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Rudolf Paltauf
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Ferdinand Grimm (until October 7, 1921); Federal Minister: Alfred Gürtler (from October 7, 1921)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Leopold Hennet
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Trade, Industry and Building: Federal Minister: Alexander Angerer (until October 7, 1921); Federal Minister: Alfred Grünberger (from October 7, 1921)
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Franz Pauer
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: head: Johann Schober, Federal Chancellor
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: Federal Minister: Carl Vaugoin (until October 7, 1921); Federal Minister: Josef Wächter (from October 7, 1921)
Federal Ministry of Public Food Supplies: head: Alfred Grünberger
Federal Ministry of Transport: Federal Minister: Walter Rodler
 
Breisky: from January 26, 1922 to January 27, 1922
Federal Chancellery: head of the interim government: Walter Breisky, Vice-Chancellor
Federal Ministry of the Interior and of Education: temporary head: Walter Breisky, Vice-Chancellor
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Rudolf Paltauf
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Alfred Gürtler
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Leopold Hennet
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Trade, Industry and Building: Federal Minister: Alfred Grünberger
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Franz Pauer
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: head: Walter Breisky, Vice-Chancellor
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: Federal Minister: Josef Wächter
Federal Ministry of Public Food Supplies: head: Alfred Grünberger, Federal Minister
Federal Ministry of Transport: Federal Minister: Walter Rodler
 
Schober (II): from January 27, 1922 to May 24, 1922: entrusted with the continued administration until May 31, 1922
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Johann Schober; Vice-Chancellor: Walter Breisky
Federal Ministry of the Interior and of Education: head: Johann Schober, Federal Chancellor; entrusted with the management of Educational and Cultural Affairs: Walter Breisky, Vice-Chancellor
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Rudolf Paltauf  
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Alfred Gürtler (until May 10, 1922); head: Johann Schober, Federal Chancellor (from May 10, 1922)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Leopold Hennet
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Trade, Industry and Building: Federal Minister: Alfred Grünberger
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Franz Pauer
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: head: Leopold Hennet, Federal Minister
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: Federal Minister: Josef Wächter
Federal Ministry of Public Food Supplies: head: Alfred Grünberger, Federal Minister
Federal Ministry of Transport: Federal Minister: Walter Rodler
 
Seipel (I): from May 31, 1922 to April 16, 1923; entrusted with the continued administration until April 17, 1923
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Ignaz Seipel; Vice-Chancellor: Felix Frank
Federal Ministry of the Interior and of Education: head: Felix Frank, Vice-Chancellor; entrusted with the management of Educational and Cultural Affairs: Emil Schneider, Federal Minister
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Leopold Waber (until April 16, 1923)
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: August Ségur (until November 14, 1922); Federal Minister: Viktor Kienböck (from November 14, 1922)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Rudolf Buchinger
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Trade, Industry and Building: Federal Minister: Emil Kraft
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Richard Schmitz
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Alfred Grünberger (until April 16, 1923)  
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: Federal Minister: Carl Vaugoin
Federal Ministry of Public Food Supplies: head: Rudolf Buchinger, Federal Minister (until April 17, 1923)
Federal Ministry of Transport: Federal Minister: Franz Odehnal (until April 16, 1923)
 
Seipel (II and III): from April 17, 1923 to November 20, 1923; entrusted with the continued administration until November 20, 1923; from November 20, 1923 to November 8, 1924; entrusted with the continued administration until November 20, 1924
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Ignaz Seipel; Vice-Chancellor (with responsibility for Judicial Affairs): Felix Frank; entrusted with the management of Foreign Affairs: Alfred Grünberger, Federal Minister
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Emil Schneider
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Richard Schmitz
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Viktor Kienböck
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Rudolf Buchinger
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Hans Schürff
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: Federal Minister: Carl Vaugoin
 
Ramek (I): from November 20, 1924 to January 14, 1926; entrusted with the continued administration until January 15, 1926
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Rudolf Ramek; Vice-Chancellor (with responsibility for Judicial Affairs): Leopold Waber; entrusted with the management of Foreign Affairs: Heinrich Mataja, Federal Minister
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Emil Schneider
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Josef Resch
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Jakob Ahrer
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Rudolf Buchinger
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Hans Schürff
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: Federal Minister: Carl Vaugoin
 
Ramek (II): from January 15, 1926 to October 15, 1926; entrusted with the continued administration until October 20, 1926
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Rudolf Ramek; Vice-Chancellor (with responsibility for Judicial Affairs): Leopold Waber
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Emil Schneider (until June 16, 1926); entrusted with the management of Educational Affairs: Josef Resch, Federal Minister (from June 16, 1926 to June 25, 1926); Federal Minister: Anton Rintelen (from June 25, 1926)
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Josef Kollmann
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Andreas Thaler
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Hans Schürff
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: Federal Minister: Carl Vaugoin
 
Seipel (IV): from October 20, 1926 to May 18, 1927; entrusted with the continued administration until May 19, 1927
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Ignaz Seipel; Vice-Chancellor (with responsibility for Judicial Affairs): Franz Dinghofer
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Richard Schmitz
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Josef Resch
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Viktor Kienböck
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Andreas Thaler
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Hans Schürff
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: Federal Minister: Carl Vaugoin
 
Seipel (V): from May 19, 1927 to April 3, 1929; entrusted with the continued administration until May 4, 1929
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Ignaz Seipel; Vice-Chancellor (responsible for the agenda of Division II): Karl Hartleb; Federal Minister (with responsibility for Judicial Affairs): Franz Dinghofer (until August 30, 1927)
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Franz Dinghofer (from August 31, 1927 to July 4, 1928); temporary head: Ignaz Seipel, Federal Chancellor (from July 4, 1928 to July 6, 1928); Federal Minister: Franz Slama (from July 6, 1928)
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Richard Schmitz
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister Josef Resch
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Viktor Kienböck
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Andreas Thaler
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Hans Schürff
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: Federal Minister: Carl Vaugoin
 
Streeruwitz: from May 4, 1929 to September 25, 1929; entrusted with the continued administration until September 26, 1929
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Ernst Streeruwitz; Vice-Chancellor: Vinzenz Schumy
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Franz Slama
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Emmerich Czermak
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Josef Resch
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Johann Josef Mittelberger
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Florian Födermayr
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Hans Schürff
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: Federal Minister: Carl Vaugoin
 
Schober (III): from September 26, 1929 to September 25, 1930; entrusted with the continued administration until September 30, 1930
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Johann Schober; Vice-Chancellor: Carl Vaugoin; Federal Minister (responsible for domestic affairs): Vinzenz Schumy
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Franz Slama
Federal Ministry of Education: head: Johann Schober, Federal Chancellor (until October 16, 1929); Federal Minister: Heinrich Srbik (from October 16, 1929)
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Theodor Innitzer
Federal Ministry of Finance: head: Johann Schober, Federal Chancellor (until October 16, 1929); Federal Minister: Otto Juch (from October 16, 1929)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Florian Födermayr
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Michael Hainisch (until June 17, 1930); temporary head: Johann Schober, Federal Chancellor (from June 17, 1930 to June 20, 1930); Federal Minister: Friedrich Schuster (from June 20, 1930)
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: head: Carl Vaugoin, Vice-Chancellor
 
Vaugoin: from September 30, 1930 to November 29, 1930; entrusted with the continued administration until December 4, 1930
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Carl Vaugoin; Vice-Chancellor: Richard Schmitz; Federal Minister (responsible for foreign affairs): Ignaz Seipel; Federal Minister (responsible for domestic affairs): Ernst Rüdiger Starhemberg
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Franz Hueber
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Emmerich Czermak
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: head: Richard Schmitz, Vice-Chancellor
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Otto Juch
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Andreas Thaler
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Eduard Heinl
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: head: Carl Vaugoin, Federal Chancellor
 
Ender: from December 4, 1930 to June 16, 1931; entrusted with the continued administration until June 20, 1931
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Otto Ender; Vice-Chancellor (responsible for foreign affairs): Johann Schober; Federal Minister (responsible for domestic affairs): Franz Winkler (until June 16, 1931)
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Hans Schürff (until May 30, 1931); temporary head: Johann Schober, Vice-Chancellor (from May 30, 1931)
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Emmerich Czermak
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Josef Resch (until April 15, 1931); temporary head: Otto Ender, Federal Chancellor (from April 15, 1931)
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Otto Juch
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Andreas Thaler (until March 18, 1931); Federal Minister: Engelbert Dollfuß (from March 18, 1931)
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Eduard Heinl
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: Federal Minister: Carl Vaugoin
 
Buresch (I): from June 20, 1931 to January 27, 1932; entrusted with the continued administration until January 29, 1932
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Karl Buresch; Vice-Chancellor (responsible for foreign affairs): Johann Schober; Federal Minister (responsible for domestic affairs): Franz Winkler
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Hans Schürff
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Emmerich Czermak
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Josef Resch
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Josef Redlich (until October 5, 1931); temporary head: Karl Buresch, Federal Chancellor (from October 5, 1931 to October 16, 1931); Federal Minister: Emanuel Weidenhoffer (from October 16, 1931)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Engelbert Dollfuß
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Eduard Heinl
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: Federal Minister: Carl Vaugoin
 
Buresch (II): from January 29, 1932 to May 6, 1932; entrusted with the continued administration until May 20, 1932
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Karl Buresch; Vice-Chancellor (responsible for internal administration): Franz Winkler; Federal Minister (responsible for public security): Franz Bachinger (from February 4, 1932)
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Kurt Schuschnigg
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Emmerich Czermak
Federal Ministry for Social Administration: Federal Minister: Josef Resch
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Emanuel Weidenhoffer
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Engelbert Dollfuß
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Eduard Heinl
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: Federal Minister: Carl Vaugoin
 
Dollfuß (I): from May 20, 1932 to September 21, 1933
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Engelbert Dollfuß; Vice-Chancellor (responsible for economic affairs until May 10, 1933): Franz Winkler; Federal Minister (responsible for internal administration): Franz Bachinger (until May 10, 1933); Federal Minister (responsible for internal administration and economic affairs): Vinzenz Schumy (from May 10, 1933); Federal Minister (responsible for public security): Hermann Ach (until September 28, 1932); Staatssekretär (for public security): Emil Fey (from October 17, 1932 to May 10, 1933); Federal Minister (responsible for public security): Emil Fey (from May 10, 1933); Federal Minister (responsible for constitutional and administrative reform from July 20, 1933): Otto Ender (from July 19, 1933)
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Kurt Schuschnigg
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Anton Rintelen (until May 24, 1933); temporary head: Kurt Schuschnigg, Federal Minister (from May 24, 1933)
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Josef Resch (until March 11, 1933); Federal Minister: Robert Kerber (from March 11, 1933); Staatssekretär (for the labour service): Odo Neustädter-Stürmer (from May 10, 1933)
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Emanuel Weidenhoffer (until May 10, 1933); Federal Minister: Karl Buresch (from May 10, 1933)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: head: Engelbert Dollfuß, Federal Chancellor; Staatssekretär (responsible for forestry and timber management): Franz Bachinger (from May 10, 1933)
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Guido Jakoncig (until May 10, 1933); Federal Minister: Friedrich Stockinger (from May 10, 1933); Staatssekretär (for job creation, tourism and technical aspects of road construction): Odo Neustädter-Stürmer (from May 10, 1933); Staatssekretär (responsible for timber management aspects within the remit of the Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport); Franz Bachinger (from May 10, 1933)
Federal Ministry of Military Affairs: Federal Minister: Carl Vaugoin
 
Dollfuß (II) – Schuschnigg (I): from September 21, 1933 to May 14, 1936
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Engelbert Dollfuß (until July 25, 1934); Federal Chancellor: Kurt Schuschnigg (from July 29, 1934); Vice-Chancellor: Emil Fey (until May 1, 1934); Vice-Chancellor (with responsibility for physical education from May 17, 1934 to October 17, 1935 and from October 29, 1935 and for public security from July 30, 1934 to October 17, 1935): Ernst Rüdiger Starhemberg (from May 1, 1934 to October 17, 1935 and from October 17, 1935); Federal Minister (responsible for constitutional and administrative reform from September 23, 1933): Otto Ender (until July 10, 1934); Federal Minister (responsible for internal administration from September 23, 1933, for administrative matters of the Federal Office of Statistics from May 1, 1934): Robert Kerber (until July 10, 1934); Federal Minister: Richard Schmitz (from February 16, 1934 to July 10, 1934); Federal Minister (responsible for public security and matters within the remit of Section 4 from May 1, 1934 to July 10, 1934, for internal administration from July 30, 1934 and for measures to be taken to prevent subversive action by private enterprise from September 28, 1935): Emil Fey (from May 1, 1934 to October 17, 1935); Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs (from August 3, 1934 to October 17, 1935 and from October 29, 1935): Egon Berger-Waldenegg (from July 29, 1934 to October 17, 1935 and from October 17, 1935); Federal Minister (responsible for corporative reorganisation and preparatory legislative measures to be taken by the Federal Ministries): Odo Neustädter-Stürmer, Federal Minister (from September 10, 1934 to October 17, 1935); Federal Minister: Karl Buresch (from October 17, 1935 to January 30, 1936); Federal Minister (responsible for public security and internal administration from October 29, 1935): Eduard Baar-Baarenfels (from October 17, 1935); Staatssekretär (for Public Security until May 1, 1934, for business of the Federal Chancellery conducted by the Federal Chancellor from May 1, 1934 to July 10, 1934, for business of the Federal Chancellery except for Foreign Affairs from July 10, 1934): Carl Karwinsky (until July 29, 1934); Staatssekretär (for Foreign Affairs) Stephan Tauschitz (from July 10, 1934 to August 3, 1934); Staatssekretär (for Public Security): Hans Hammerstein-Equord (from July 29, 1934 to October 17, 1935)
Federal Ministry of Justice: head: Kurt Schuschnigg, Federal Minister (until July10, 1934); Federal Minister: Egon Berger-Waldenegg (from July 10, 1934 to July 29, 1934); entrusted with the management of judicial affairs: Egon Berger-Waldenegg, Federal Minister (from July 29, 1934 to October 17, 1935); Federal Minister: Robert Winterstein (from October 17, 1935); Staatssekretär: Franz Glas (until July 10, 1934); Staatssekretär: Carl Karwinsky (from July 29, 1934 to October 17, 1935)
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Kurt Schuschnigg (until July 29, 1934); head: Kurt Schuschnigg, Federal Chancellor (from July 29, 1934); Staatssekretär: Hans Pernter (from July 29, 1934 to October 17, 1935 and from October 17, 1935)
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Richard Schmitz (until February 16, 1934); Federal Minister: Odo Neustädter-Stürmer (from February 16, 1934 to October 17, 1935); Federal Minister: Josef Dobretsberger (from October 17, 1935); Staatssekretär (for the labour service): Odo Neustädter-Stürmer (until February 16, 1934); Staatssekretär (for legal protection of white and blue collar workers): Johann Großauer (from August 13, 1934 to October 17, 1935); Staatssekretär (for legal protection of white- and blue-collar workers): Theodor Znidaric (from October 17, 1935)
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Karl Buresch (until October 17, 1935); Federal Minister: Ludwig Draxler (from October 17, 1935)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: head: Engelbert Dollfuß, Federal Chancellor (until July 25, 1934); head: Ernst Rüdiger Starhemberg, Vice-Chancellor (from July 26, 1934 to July 29, 1934); Federal Minister: Josef Reither (from July 29, 1934 to October 17, 1935); Federal Minister: Ludwig Strobl (from October 17, 1935); Staatssekretär: Heinrich Gleißner (until March12, 1934); Staatssekretär: Bartholomäus Hasenauer (from March 12, 1934 to July 10, 1934); Staatssekretär: Ulrich Ilg (from July 13, 1934 to August 3, 1934); Staatssekretär (responsible for financial aid granted to mountain farmers): August Kraft (from October 17, 1935 to February 8, 1936)
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Fritz Stockinger (until October 17, 1935 and from October 17, 1935); Staatssekretär (for job creation, tourism and technical aspects of road construction): Odo Neustädter-Stürmer (until February 16, 1934)
Federal Ministry of National Defence: head: Engelbert Dollfuß, Federal Chancellor (until March 12, 1934); Federal Minister: Alois Schönburg-Hartenstein (from March 12, 1934 to July 10, 1934); head: Engelbert Dollfuß, Federal Chancellor (from July 10, 1934 to July 25, 1934); head: Ernst Rüdiger Starhemberg, Vice-Chancellor (July 26, 1934 to July 29, 1934); head: Kurt Schuschnigg, Federal Chancellor (from July 29, 1934); Staatssekretär: Alois Schönburg-Hartenstein (until March 12, 1934); Staatssekretär: Wilhelm Zehner (from July 10, 1934 to October 17, 1935 and from October 17, 1935)
 
Schuschnigg (II): from May 14, 1936 to November 3, 1936
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Kurt Schuschnigg; Vice-Chancellor (responsible for internal administration and public security from May 5, 1936 to October 10, 1936 and from October 10, 1936): Eduard Baar-Baarenfels; Federal Minister: Edmund Glaise-Horstenau (from July 11, 1936); Staatssekretär (responsible for conduct of business of the Federal Chancellery): Guido Zernatto; Staatssekretär (for Foreign Affairs): Guido Schmidt (from July 11, 1936)
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Hans Hammerstein-Equord
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Hans Pernter (until October 10, 1936); temporary head: Kurt Schuschnigg, Federal Chancellor (October 10, 1936); Federal Minister: Hans Pernter (from October 10, 1936)
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Josef Resch
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Ludwig Draxler (until October 10, 1936); temporary head: Kurt Schuschnigg, Federal Chancellor (November 10, 1936); Federal Minister: Ludwig Draxler (from October 10, 1936)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: temporary head: Kurt Schuschnigg, Federal Chancellor (until May 15, 1936); Federal Minister: Peter Mandorfer (from May 15, 1936)
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Fritz Stockinger
Federal Ministry of National Defence: head: Kurt Schuschnigg, Federal Chancellor; Staatssekretär: Wilhelm Zehner
 
Schuschnigg (III): from November 3, 1936 to February 16, 1938
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Kurt Schuschnigg; Vice-Chancellor: Ludwig Hülgerth; Federal Minister: (responsible for internal administration from November 6, 1936): Edmund Glaise-Horstenau; Federal Minister (responsible for public security and preparatory legislative measures aimed at corporative reorganisation from November 6, 1936): Odo Neustädter-Stürmer (until March 20, 1937); Staatssekretär for Public Security: Michael Skubl (from March 20, 1937); Staatssekretär (with responsibility for conduct of business of the Federal Chancellery): Guido Zernatto; Staatssekretär (for Foreign Affairs): Guido Schmidt
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Adolf Pilz
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Hans Pernter
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Josef Resch; Staatssekretär (for legal protection of white and blue collar workers): Hans Rott
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Rudolf Neumayer
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Peter Mandorfer
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Wilhelm Taucher
Federal Ministry of National Defence: head: Kurt Schuschnigg, Federal Chancellor; Staatssekretär: Wilhelm Zehner
 
Schuschnigg (IV): from February 16, 1938 to March 11, 1938
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Kurt Schuschnigg; Vice-Chancellor: Ludwig Hülgerth; Federal Minister (for Foreign Affairs): Guido Schmidt; Federal Minister (responsible for internal administration and public security): Arthur Seyß-Inquart; Federal Minister: (in the Federal Chancellery): Edmund Glaise-Horstenau; Federal Chancellor (in the Federal Chancellery): Guido Zernatto; Federal Minister (in the Federal Chancellery): Hans Rott; Staatssekretär (for Public Security): Michael Skubl
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Ludwig Adamovich
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Hans Pernter
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Josef Resch; Staatssekretär (for legal protection of white and blue collar workers): Adolf Watzek
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Rudolf Neumayer
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Peter Mandorfer; Staatssekretär (for Forestry): Franz Matschnig
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Transport: Federal Minister: Julius Raab; Staatssekretär (responsible for industrial matters): Ludwig Stepski-Doliwa
Federal Ministry of National Defence: head: Kurt Schuschnigg, Federal Chancellor; Staatssekretär: Wilhelm Zehner  
 
Renner (IV): Provisional State Government, from April 27, 1945 to December 20, 1945
State Chancellery: State Chancellor: Karl Renner; Staatssekretär (without Portfolio): Adolf Schärf; Staatssekretär (without Portfolio): Leopold Figl; Staatssekretär (without Portfolio): Johann Koplenig; Unterstaatssekretär (for Military Affairs): Franz Winterer; Unterstaatssekretär: Heinrich Herglotz (from May 4, 1945); Unterstaatssekretär (for Foreign Affairs): Karl Gruber (from September 26, 1945)
State Office of the Interior: Staatssekretär: Franz Honner; Unterstaatssekretär: Oskar Helmer; Unterstaatssekretär: Raoul Bumballa; Unterstaatssekretär: Josef Sommer (from September 26, 1945)
State Office of Justice: Staatssekretär: Josef Gerö; Unterstaatssekretär: Karl Altmann; Unterstaatssekretär: Max Scheffenegger; Unterstaatssekretär: Ferdinand Nagl
State Office of Public Information, Education and Cultural Affairs: Staatssekretär: Ernst Fischer; Unterstaatssekretär: Karl Lugmayer; Unterstaatssekretär: Josef Enslein; Unterstaatssekretär (for Cultural Affairs): Ernst Hefel
State Office of Social Administration: Staatssekretär: Johann Böhm; Unterstaatssekretär: Franz David; Unterstaatssekretär: Alois Weinberger
State Office of Finance: Staatssekretär: Georg Zimmermann; Unterstaatssekretär: Hans Rizzi (from May 4, 1945)
State Office of Agriculture and Forestry: Staatssekretär: Rudolf Buchinger (until September 26, 1945); Staatssekretär: Josef Kraus (from September 26, 1945); Unterstaatssekretär: Alois Mentasti; Unterstaatssekretär: Laurenz Genner
State Office of Industry, Trade, Commerce and Transport: Staatssekretär: Eduard Heinl; Unterstaatssekretär: Karl Waldbrunner; Unterstaatssekretär: Hermann Lichtenegger (from May 4, 1945)
State Office of Public Food Supplies: Staatssekretär: Andreas Korp; Unterstaatssekretärin: Helene Postranecky; Unterstaatssekretär: Josef Kraus (until September 26, 1945); Unterstaatssekretär: Ernst Winsauer (from September 26, 1945)
State Office of Public Building: Staatssekretär: Julius Raab; Unterstaatssekretär: Heinrich Schneidmadl; Unterstaatssekretär: Otto Mödlagl (from May 4, 1945)
State Office of Property Restitution and Economic Planning (providing for the restitution of property taken from the rightful owners under Nazi rule): Staatssekretär: Vinzenz Schumy (from September 26, 1945); Unterstaatssekretär: Franz Rauscher (from September 26, 1945); Unterstaatssekretär: Alfred Neumann (from September 26, 1945)
 
Figl (I): from December 20, 1945 to October 11, 1949; entrusted with the continued administration until November 8, 1949
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Leopold Figl; Vice-Chancellor: Adolf Schärf; Federal Minister (for Foreign Affairs): Karl Gruber; Federal Minister (in the Federal Chancellery): Alois Weinberger (until January 11, 1947); Federal Minister (in the Federal Chancellery): Erwin Altenburger (from January 11, 1947)
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Oskar Helmer; Staatssekretär: Ferdinand Graf
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Josef Gerö
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Felix Hurdes
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Karl Maisel
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Georg Zimmermann
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Josef Kraus
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Economic Reconstruction: Federal Minister: Eugen Fleischacker (until May 31, 1946); Federal Minister: Eduard Heinl (from May 31, 1946 to February 18, 1948); Federal Minister: Ernst Kolb (from February 18, 1948)
Federal Ministry of Public Food Supplies: Federal Minister: Hans Frenzel (until January 11, 1947); Federal Minister: Otto Sagmeister (from January 11, 1947)
Federal Ministry of Property Return and Economic Planning: Federal Minister: Peter Krauland; Staatssekretär: Karl Waldbrunner (until March 28, 1946); Staatssekretär: Franz Rauscher (from March 28, 1946 to January 11, 1947); Staatssekretär: Karl Mantler (from January 11, 1947)
Federal Ministry of Transport: Federal Minister: Vinzenz Übeleis
Federal Ministry of Electrification and Energy Supply: Federal Minister: Karl Altmann (until November 20, 1947); head: Eduard Heinl, Federal Minister (from November 20, 1947 to November 24, 1947); Federal Minister: Alfred Migsch (from November 24, 1947)
 
Figl (II): from November 8, 1949 to October 28, 1952
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Leopold Figl; Vice-Chancellor: Adolf Schärf; Federal Minister (for Foreign Affairs): Karl Gruber
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Oskar Helmer; Staatssekretär: Ferdinand Graf; Staatssekretär: Andreas Korp (from January 23, 1952)
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Otto Tschadek (until September 16, 1952); Federal Minister: Josef Gerö (from September 16, 1952)
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Felix Hurdes (until January 23, 1952); Federal Minister: Ernst Kolb (from January 23,1952)
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Karl Maisel
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Eugen Margarétha (until January 23, 1952); Federal Minister: Reinhard Kamitz (from January 23, 1952)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Josef Kraus (until January 23, 1952); Federal Minister: Franz Thoma (from January 23, 1952)
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Economic Reconstruction: Federal Minister: Ernst Kolb (until January 23, 1952); Federal Minister: Josef Böck-Greissau (from January 23, 1952); Staatssekretär: Fritz Bock (from January 23, 1952)
Federal Ministry of Transport and Nationalized Enterprises: Federal Minister: Karl Waldbrunner; Staatssekretär: Vinzenz Übeleis
 
Figl (III): from October 28, 1952 to February 25, 1953; entrusted with the continued administration until April 2, 1953
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Leopold Figl; Vice-Chancellor: Adolf Schärf; Federal Minister (for Foreign Affairs): Karl Gruber
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Oskar Helmer; Staatssekretär: Ferdinand Graf; Staatssekretär: Andreas Korp
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Josef Gerö
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Ernst Kolb
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Karl Maisel
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Reinhard Kamitz
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Franz Thoma
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Economic Reconstruction: Federal Minister: Josef Böck-Greissau; Staatssekretär: Fritz Bock
Federal Ministry of Transport and Nationalized Enterprises: Federal Minister: Karl Waldbrunner; Staatssekretär: Vinzenz Übeleis
 
Raab (I): from April 2, 1953 to May 14, 1956; entrusted with the continued administration until June 29, 1956
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Julius Raab; Vice-Chancellor: Adolf Schärf; Federal Minister (for Foreign Affairs): Karl Gruber (until November 26, 1953); Federal Minister (for Foreign Affairs): Leopold Figl (from November 26, 1953); Staatssekretär (for Foreign Affairs): Bruno Kreisky
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Oskar Helmer; Staatssekretär: Ferdinand Graf
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Josef Gerö (until December 28, 1954); Federal Minister: Hans Kapfer (from January 17, 1955)
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Ernst Kolb (until October 31, 1954); Federal Minister: Heinrich Drimmel (from November 1, 1954)
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Karl Maisel (until January 23, 1956); Federal Minister: Anton Proksch (from January 23, 1956)
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Reinhard Kamitz; Staatssekretär: Fritz Bock (from July 7, 1955)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Franz Thoma
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Economic Reconstruction: Federal Minister: Josef Böck-Greissau (until April 21, 1953); temporary head: Julius Raab, Federal Chancellor (from April 21, 1953 to April 28, 1953); Federal Minister: Udo Illig (from April 28, 1953); Staatssekretär: Fritz Bock (until July 7, 1955); Staatssekretär: Raimund Gehart (until July 31, 1954); Staatssekretär: Rudolf Fischer (from August 2, 1954)
Federal Ministry of Transport and Nationalized Enterprises: Federal Minister: Karl Waldbrunner
 
Raab (II): from June 29, 1956 to May 12, 1959; entrusted with the continued administration until July 16, 1959
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Julius Raab; Vice-Chancellor: Adolf Schärf (until May 22, 1957); Vice-Chancellor: Bruno Pittermann (from May 22, 1957); Federal Minister (for Foreign Affairs): Leopold Figl (until June 10, 1959); entrusted with temporary management of Foreign Affairs: Julius Raab, Federal Chancellor (from June 10, 1959); Staatssekretär (for Foreign Affairs): Bruno Kreisky; Staatssekretär (for Foreign Affairs): Franz Gschnitzer; Federal Minister (of National Defence): Ferdinand Graf (until July 15, 1956); Staatssekretär (of National Defence): Karl Stephani (until July 15, 1956)
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Oskar Helmer; Staatssekretär: Franz Grubhofer
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Otto Tschadek
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Heinrich Drimmel
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Anton Proksch
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Reinhard Kamitz; Staatssekretär: Fritz Bock (until September 19, 1956); Staatssekretär: Hermann Withalm (from October 12, 1956)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Franz Thoma
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Economic Reconstruction: Federal Minister: Udo Illig (until September 19, 1956); Federal Minister: Fritz Bock (from September 19, 1956); Staatssekretär: Eduard Weikhart
Federal Ministry of Transport and Electricity Supply: Federal Minister: Karl Waldbrunner
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Ferdinand Graf (from July 15, 1956); Staatssekretär: Karl Stephani (from July 15, 1956)
 
Raab (III): from July 16, 1959 to November 3, 1960
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Julius Raab; Vice-Chancellor: Bruno Pittermann; in accordance with Article 77, Section 3 of Federal Constitutional Law assumes responsibility for Division IV (Nationalized Enterprises) of the Federal Chancellery: Bruno Pittermann, Vice-Chancellor (from July 29, 1959); Federal Minister (of Foreign Affairs): Bruno Kreisky (until July 31, 1959); Staatssekretär (of Foreign Affairs): Franz Gschnitzer (until July 31, 1959)
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Josef Afritsch; Staatssekretär: Franz Grubhofer
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Otto Tschadek (until June 23, 1960); Federal Minister: Christian Broda (from June 23, 1960)
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Heinrich Drimmel
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Anton Proksch
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Reinhard Kamitz (until June 17, 1960); Federal Minister: Eduard Heilingsetzer (from June 17, 1960)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Eduard Hartmann
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Economic Reconstruction: Federal Minister: Fritz Bock; Staatssekretär: Eduard Weikhart
Federal Ministry of Transport and Electricity Supply: Federal Minister: Karl Waldbrunner
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Ferdinand Graf; Staatssekretär: Max Eibegger (until October 19, 1959); Staatssekretär: Otto Rösch (from October 19, 1959)
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Bruno Kreisky (from July 31, 1959); Staatssekretär: Franz Gschnitzer (from July 31, 1959)
 
Raab (IV): from November 3, 1960 to April 11, 1961
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Julius Raab; Vice-Chancellor: Bruno Pittermann; in accordance with Article 77, Section 3 of Federal Constitutional Law assumes responsibility for Division IV (Nationalized Enterprises) of the Federal Chancellery: Bruno Pittermann, Vice-Chancellor
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Josef Afritsch; Staatssekretär: Franz Grubhofer
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Christian Broda
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Heinrich Drimmel
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Anton Proksch
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Eduard Heilingsetzer
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Eduard Hartmann
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Economic Reconstruction: Federal Minister: Fritz Bock; Staatssekretär: Eduard Weikhart
Federal Ministry of Transport and Electricity Supply: Federal Minister: Karl Waldbrunner
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Ferdinand Graf; Staatssekretär: Otto Rösch
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Bruno Kreisky; Staatssekretär: Franz Gschnitzer
 
Gorbach (I): from April 11, 1961 to November 20, 1962; entrusted with the continued administration until March 27, 1963
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Alfons Gorbach; Vice-Chancellor: Bruno Pittermann; in accordance with Article 77, Section 3 of Federal Constitutional Law assumes responsibility for Division IV (Nationalized Enterprises) of the Federal Chancellery: Bruno Pittermann, Vice-Chancellor
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Josef Afritsch; Staatssekretär: Otto Kranzlmayr
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Christian Broda
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Heinrich Drimmel
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Anton Proksch
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Josef Klaus
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Eduard Hartmann
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Economic Reconstruction: Federal Minister: Fritz Bock; Staatssekretär: Eduard Weikhart
Federal Ministry of Transport and Electricity Supply: Federal Minister: Karl Waldbrunner (until December 14, 1962); in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Electricity: Bruno Pittermann, Vice-Chancellor (from December 14, 1962)
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Karl Schleinzer; Staatssekretär: Otto Rösch
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Bruno Kreisky; Staatssekretär: Ludwig Steiner
 
Gorbach (II): from March 27, 1963 to April 2, 1964
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Alfons Gorbach (until February 25, 1964); continues in office until April 2, 1964; Vice-Chancellor: Bruno Pittermann; in accordance with Article 77, Section 3 of Federal Constitutional Law assumes responsibility for Division IV (Nationalized Enterprises) of the Federal Chancellery: Bruno Pittermann, Vice-Chancellor
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Franz Olah; Staatssekretär: Otto Kranzlmayr (until November 5, 1963); Staatssekretär: Franz Soronics (from November 5, 1963)
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Christian Broda; Staatssekretär: Franz Hetzenauer
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Heinrich Drimmel
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Anton Proksch
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Franz Korinek
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Eduard Hartmann
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Economic Reconstruction: Federal Minister: Fritz Bock; Staatssekretär: Eduard Weikhart; Staatssekretär: Vinzenz Kotzina
Federal Ministry of Transport and Electricity Supply: Federal Minister: Otto Probst
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Karl Schleinzer; Staatssekretär: Otto Rösch
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Bruno Kreisky; Staatssekretär: Ludwig Steiner
 
Klaus (I): from April 2, 1964 to October 25, 1965; entrusted with the continued administration until April 19, 1966
Federal Chancellery: Federal Minister: Josef Klaus; Vice-Chancellor: Bruno Pittermann; in accordance with Article 77, Section 3 of Federal Constitutional Law assumes responsibility for Section IV (Nationalized Enterprises) of the Federal Chancellery: Bruno Pittermann, Vice-Chancellor
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Franz Olah (until September 21, 1964); Federal Minister: Hans Czettel (from September 21, 1964); Staatssekretär: Franz Soronics
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Christian Broda; Staatssekretär: Franz Hetzenauer
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Theodor Piffl-Perčević
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Anton Proksch
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Wolfgang Schmitz
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Karl Schleinzer
Federal Ministry of Commerce and Economic Reconstruction: Federal Minister: Fritz Bock; Staatssekretär: Eduard Weikhart; Staatssekretär: Vinzenz Kotzina
Federal Ministry of Transport and Electricity Supply: Federal Minister: Otto Probst
Federal Ministry of NationalDefence: Federal Minister: Georg Prader; Staatssekretär: Otto Rösch
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Bruno Kreisky; Staatssekretär: Carl H. Bobleter
 
Klaus (II): from April 19, 1966 to March 3, 1970; entrusted with the continued administration until April 21, 1970
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Josef Klaus; Vice-Chancellor: Fritz Bock (until January 19, 1968); Vice-Chancellor: Hermann Withalm (from January 19, 1968); Federal Minister (without Portfolio): Vinzenz Kotzina (until June 6, 1966); Staatssekretär: Karl Gruber (until May 13, 1969); Staatssekretär: Stephan Koren (from March 31, 1967 to January 19, 1968); Staatssekretär: Karl Pisa (from January 19, 1968 to June 2, 1969); Staatssekretär: Heinrich Neisser (from June 2, 1969)
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Franz Hetzenauer (until January 19, 1968); Federal Minister: Franz Soronics (from January 19, 1968); Staatssekretär: Johann Haider (until January 19, 1968); Staatssekretär: Roland Minkowitsch (from January 19, 1968)
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Hans Klecatsky
Federal Ministry of Education: Federal Minister: Theodor Piffl-Perčević (until June 2, 1969); Federal Minister: Alois Mock (from June 2, 1969)
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Grete Rehor; Staatssekretär: Franz Soronics (until January 19, 1968); Staatssekretär: Johann Bürkle (from January 19, 1968)
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Wolfgang Schmitz (until January 19, 1968); Federal Minister: Stephan Koren (from January 19, 1968)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Karl Schleinzer
Federal Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry: Federal Minister: Fritz Bock, Vice-Chancellor, in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry (until January 19, 1968); Federal Minister: Otto Mitterer (from January 19, 1968)
Federal Ministry of Transport and Nationalized Enterprises: Federal Minister: Ludwig Weiß; Staatssekretär: Josef Taus (until March 30, 1967)
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Georg Prader
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Lujo Tončić-Sorinj (until January 19, 1968); Federal Minister: Kurt Waldheim (from January 19, 1968); Staatssekretär: Carl H. Bobleter (until January 19, 1968)
Federal Ministry of Building and Engineering: Vinzenz Kotzina (from June 6, 1966)
 
Kreisky (I): from April 21, 1970 to October 19, 1971; entrusted with the continued administration until November 4, 1971
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Bruno Kreisky; Vice-Chancellor: Rudolf Häuser; Federal Minister (without Portfolio): Hertha Firnberg (until July 26, 1970); Staatssekretär: Ernst Eugen Veselsky
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Otto Rösch
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Christian Broda
Federal Ministry of Education, from July 24, 1970 Federal Ministry of Education and the Arts: Federal Minister: Leopold Gratz
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Rudolf Häuser, Vice-Chancellor; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry; Staatssekretärin: Gertrude Wondrack (until July 31, 1971)
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Hannes Androsch
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Johann Öllinger (until May 22, 1970); Federal Minister: Oskar Weihs (from May 22, 1970)
Federal Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry: Federal Minister: Josef Staribacher
Federal Ministry of Transport and Nationalized Enterprises, from July 24, 1970 Federal Ministry of Transport: Federal Minister: Erwin Frühbauer
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Johann Freihsler (until February 4, 1971); Federal Minister: Bruno Kreisky, Federal Chancellor; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry (from February 4, 1971 to February 8, 1971); Federal Minister: Karl Lütgendorf (from February 8, 1971)
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Rudolf Kirchschläger
Federal Ministry of Building and Engineering: Federal Minister: Josef Moser
Federal Ministry of Science and Research (from July 24, 1970); Federal Minister: Hertha Firnberg (from July 26, 1970)  
 
Kreisky (II): from November 4, 1971 to October 8, 1975; entrusted with the continued administration until October 28, 1975
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Bruno Kreisky; Vice-Chancellor: Rudolf Häuser; Federal Minister (without Portfolio): Ingrid Leodolter (until February 2, 1972); Staatssekretär: Ernst Eugen Veselsky; Staatssekretärin: Elfriede Karl; Staatssekretär: Karl Lausecker (from January 18, 1973)
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Otto Rösch
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Christian Broda
Federal Ministry of Education and the Arts: Federal Minister: Fred Sinowatz
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Rudolf Häuser, Vice-Chancellor; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Hannes Androsch
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Oskar Weihs; Staatssekretär: Günter Haiden (from July 8, 1974)
Federal Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry: Federal Minister: Josef Staribacher
Federal Ministry of Transport: Federal Minister: Erwin Frühbauer (until September 17, 1973); Federal Minister: Erwin Lanc (from September 17, 1973)
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Karl Lütgendorf
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Rudolf Kirchschläger (until June 23, 1974); Federal Minister: Erich Bielka (from June 23, 1974)
Federal Ministry of Building and Engineering: Federal Minister: Josef Moser
Federal Ministry of Science and Research: Federal Minister: Hertha Firnberg
Federal Ministry of Health and Environmental Protection (from February 1, 1972): Federal Minister: Ingrid Leodolter (from February 2, 1972)
 
Kreisky (III): from October 28, 1975 to May 9, 1979; entrusted with the continued administration until June 5, 1979
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Bruno Kreisky; Vice-Chancellor: Rudolf Häuser (until September 30, 1976); Vice-Chancellor: Hannes Androsch (from October 1, 1976); Staatssekretär: Ernst Eugen Veselsky (until October 5, 1977); Staatssekretär: Adolf Nußbaumer (from October 5, 1977); Staatssekretärin: Elfriede Karl; Staatssekretär: Karl Lausecker (until June 8, 1977); Staatssekretär: Franz Löschnak (from June 8, 1977)
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Otto Rösch (until June 8, 1977); Federal Minister: Erwin Lanc (from June 8, 1977)
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Christian Broda
Federal Ministry of Education and the Arts: Federal Minister: Fred Sinowatz
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Rudolf Häuser, Vice-Chancellor; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry (until September 30, 1976); Federal Minister: Ingrid Leodolter; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed temporary head of the Federal Ministry (on October 1, 1976); Federal Minister: Gerhard Weißenberg (from January 1, 1976)
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Hannes Androsch (until September 30, 1976), Vice-Chancellor; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry (from October 1, 1976)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Oskar Weihs (until September 30, 1976); Federal Minister: Josef Staribacher; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry (on October 1, 1976); Federal Minister: Günter Haiden (from October 1, 1976); Staatssekretär: Günter Haiden (until September 30, 1976); Staatssekretär: Albin Schober (from October 1, 1976)
Federal Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry: Federal Minister: Josef Staribacher
Federal Ministry of Transport: Federal Minister: Erwin Lanc (until June 8, 1977); Federal Minister: Karl Lausecker (from June 8, 1977)
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Karl Lütgendorf (until May 31, 1977); Federal Minister: Bruno Kreisky, Federal Chancellor; in accordance with Article 71 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry (from May 31, 1977 to June 8, 1977); Federal Minister: Otto Rösch (from June 8, 1977)
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Erich Bielka (until September 30, 1976); Federal Minister: Bruno Kreisky, Federal Chancellor; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed temporary head of the Federal Ministry (on October 1, 1976); Federal Minister: Willibald Pahr (from October 1, 1976)
Federal Ministry of Building and Engineering: Federal Minister: Josef Moser
Federal Ministry of Science and Research: Federal Minister: Hertha Firnberg
Federal Ministry of Health and Environmental Protection: Federal Minister: Ingrid Leodolter
 
Kreisky (IV): from June 5, 1979 to April 26, 1983; entrusted with the continued administration until May 24, 1983
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Bruno Kreisky; Vice-Chancellor: Hannes Androsch (until January 20, 1981); Vice-Chancellor: Fred Sinowatz (from January 20, 1981); Staatssekretär: Adolf Nußbaumer (until October 18, 1982); Staatssekretärin: Elfriede Karl (until November 5, 1979); Staatssekretär: Franz Löschnak; Staatssekretärin: Johanna Dohnal (from November 5, 1979); Staatssekretär: Ferdinand Lacina (from October 29, 1982)
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Erwin Lanc
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Christian Broda
Federal Ministry of Education and the Arts: Federal Minister: Fred Sinowatz, Vice-Chancellor; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Gerhard Weißenberg (until October 1, 1980); Federal Minister: Herbert Salcher; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry (from October 1, 1980 to October 9, 1980); Federal Minister: Alfred Dallinger (from October 9, 1980); Staatssekretärin: Franziska Fast (from November 5, 1979)
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Hannes Androsch; Vice-Chancellor; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry (until January 20, 1981); Federal Minister: Herbert Salcher (from January 20, 1981); Staatssekretärin: Elfriede Karl (from November 5, 1979); Staatssekretär: Hans Seidel (from January 20, 1981)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Günter Haiden; Staatssekretär: Albin Schober
Federal Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry: Federal Minister: Josef Staribacher; Staatssekretärin: Anneliese Albrecht (from November 5, 1979)
Federal Ministry of Transport: Federal Minister: Karl Lausecker
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Otto Rösch
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Willibald Pahr
Federal Ministry of Building and Engineering: Federal Minister: Josef Moser (until October 8, 1979); Federal Minister: Karl Lausecker; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry (from October 8, 1979 to November 5, 1979); Federal Minister: Karl Sekanina (from November 5, 1979); Staatssekretärin: Beatrix Eypeltauer (from November 5, 1979)
Federal Ministry of Science and Research: Federal Minister: Hertha Firnberg
Federal Ministry of Health and Environmental Protection: Federal Minister: Ingrid Leodolter (until October 8, 1979); Federal Minister: Hertha Firnberg; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed temporary head of the Federal Ministry (from October 8, 1979 to November 5, 1979); Federal Minister: Herbert Salcher (from November 5, 1979 to January 20, 1981); Federal Minister: Kurt Steyrer (from January 20, 1981)
 
Sinowatz: from May 24, 1983 to June 16, 1986
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Fred Sinowatz; Vice-Chancellor: Norbert Steger; Staatssekretärin: Johanna Dohnal; Federal Minister: Franz Löschnak (from December 18, 1985); Staatssekretär: Ferdinand Lacina (until September 10, 1984); Staatssekretär: Franz Löschnak (until December 17, 1985)
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Karl Blecha
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Harald Ofner
Federal Ministry of Education and the Arts, from January 1, 1985 Federal Ministry of Education, the Arts and Sport: Federal Minister: Helmut Zilk (until September 10, 1984); Federal Minister: Herbert Moritz (from September 10,1984)
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Alfred Dallinger
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Herbert Salcher (until September 10, 1984); Federal Minister: Franz Vranitzky (from September 10, 1984); Staatssekretär: Holger Bauer
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Günter Haiden; Staatssekretär: Gerulf Murer
Federal Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry: Federal Minister: Norbert Steger, Vice-Chancellor; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry; Staatssekretär: Erich Schmidt
Federal Ministry of Transport, from January 1, 1985 Federal Ministry of Public Economy and Transport: Federal Minister: Karl Lausecker (until September 10, 1984); Federal Minister: Ferdinand Lacina (from September 10, 1984)
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Friedhelm Frischenschlager (until May 15, 1986); Federal Minister: Helmut Krünes (from May 15, 1986)
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Erwin Lanc (until September 10, 1984); Federal Minister: Leopold Gratz (from September 10, 1984)
Federal Ministry of Building and Engineering: Federal Minister: Karl Sekanina (until February 22, 1985); Federal Minister: Ferdinand Lacina; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry (from February 22, 1985 to March 1, 1985); Federal Minister: Heinrich Übleis (from March 1, 1985); Staatssekretärin: Beatrix Eypeltauer
Federal Ministry of Science and Research: Federal Minister: Heinz Fischer
Federal Ministry of Health and Environmental Protection: Federal Minister: Kurt Steyrer (until December 17, 1985); Federal Minister: Franz Kreuzer (from December 17, 1985); Staatssekretär: Mario Ferrari-Brunnenfeld
Federal Ministry of the Family, Youth and Consumer Protection: Federal Minister: Elfriede Karl (until September 10, 1984); Federal Minister: Gertrude Fröhlich-Sandner (from September 10, 1984)
 
Vranitzky (I): from June 16, 1986 to November 25, 1986; entrusted with the continued administration until January 21, 1987
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Franz Vranitzky; Vice-Chancellor: Norbert Steger; Federal Minister: Franz Löschnak; Staatssekretärin: Johanna Dohnal
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Karl Blecha
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Harald Ofner
Federal Ministry of Education, the Arts and Sport: Federal Minister: Herbert Moritz
Federal Ministry of Social Administration: Federal Minister: Alfred Dallinger
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Ferdinand Lacina; Staatssekretär: Holger Bauer
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Erich Schmidt; Staatssekretär: Gerulf Murer
Federal Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry: Federal Minister: Norbert Steger, Vice-Chancellor; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry; Staatssekretär: Johann Bauer
Federal Ministry of Public Economy and Transport: Federal Minister: Rudolf Streicher
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Helmut Krünes
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Peter Jankowitsch
Federal Ministry of Building and Engineering: Federal Minister: Heinrich Übleis; Staatssekretärin: Beatrix Eypeltauer
Federal Ministry of Science and Research: Federal Minister: Heinz Fischer
Federal Ministry of Health and Environmental Protection: Federal Minister: Franz Kreuzer; Staatssekretär: Mario Ferrari-Brunnenfeld
Federal Ministry of the Family, Youth and Consumer Protection: Federal Minister: Gertrude Fröhlich-Sandner
 
Vranitzky (II): from January 21, 1987 to October 9, 1990; entrusted with the continued administration until December 17, 1990
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Franz Vranitzky; Vice-Chancellor: Alois Mock (until April 24, 1989); Vice-Chancellor: Josef Riegler (from April 24, 1989); Federal Minister, from April 1, 1987 Federal Minister for Federalism and Administrative Reform: Heinrich Neisser (until April 24, 1989); Federal Minister for Federalism and Administrative Reform: Josef Riegler, Vice-Chancellor (from April 24, 1989); Federal Minister, from April 1, 1987 Federal Minister for Health and Public Services: Franz Löschnak (until February 2, 1989); Federal Minister for Health and Public Services: Harald Ettl (from February 2, 1989); Staatssekretärin: Johanna Dohnal
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Karl Blecha (until February 2, 1989); Federal Minister: Franz Löschnak (from February 2, 1989)
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Egmont Foregger
Federal Ministry of Education, the Arts and Sport: Federal Minister: Hilde Hawlicek
Federal Ministry of Social Administration, from April 1, 1987 Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs: Federal Minister: Alfred Dallinger (until February 23, 1989); Federal Minister: Ferdinand Lacina; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry (from February 23, 1989 to March 10, 1989); Federal Minister: Walter Geppert (from March 10, 1989)
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Ferdinand Lacina; Staatssekretär: Johannes Ditz (until March 7, 1988); Staatssekretär: Günter Stummvoll (from March 7, 1988)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Josef Riegler (until April 24, 1989); Federal Minister: Franz Fischler (from April 24, 1989)
Federal Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry, from April 1, 1987 Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs: Federal Minister: Robert Graf (until April 24, 1989); Federal Minister: Wolfgang Schüssel (from April 24, 1989)
Federal Ministry of Public Economy and Transport: Federal Minister: Rudolf Streicher
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Robert Lichal (until November 6, 1990); Federal Minister: Alois Mock; in accordance with Article 71 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry (from November 6, 1990 to December 17, 1990)
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Alois Mock (until April 24, 1989 Vice-Chancellor and in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry)
Federal Ministry of Building and Engineering: temporary head until March 31, 1987: Federal Minister Robert Graf
Federal Ministry of Science and Research: Federal Minister: Hans Tuppy (until April 24, 1989); Federal Minister: Erhard Busek (from April 24, 1989)
Federal Ministry of Health and Environmental Protection: temporary head until March 31, 1987: Federal Minister Marilies Flemming
Federal Ministry of the Family, Youth and Consumer Protection, from April 1, 1987 Federal Ministry of the Environment, Youth and Family Affairs: Federal Minister: Marilies Flemming
 
Vranitzky (III): from December 17, 1990 to October 11, 1994; entrusted with the continued administration until November 29, 1994
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Franz Vranitzky; Vice-Chancellor: Josef Riegler (until July 2, 1991); Vice-Chancellor: Erhard Busek (from July 2, 1991); Federal Minister (without Portfolio), Federal Minister for Federalism and Administrative Reform: Josef Riegler (until October 22, 1991); Federal Minister for Federalism and Administrative Reform: Jürgen Weiss (from October 22, 1991 and from November 7, 1991); Federal Minister (without Portfolio): Harald Ettl (until February 1, 1991); Federal Minister (without Portfolio); Federal Minister for Women’s Issues: Johanna Dohnal (from January 10, 1991 and from February 8, 1991); Staatssekretär: Peter Jankowitsch (until April 3, 1992); Staatssekretärin: Brigitte Ederer (from April 3, 1992); Staatssekretär: Peter Kostelka
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Franz Löschnak
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Nikolaus Michalek
Federal Ministry of Education, the Arts and Sport, from February 1, 1991 Federal Ministry of Education and the Arts: Federal Minister: Rudolf Scholten
Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs: Federal Minister: Josef Hesoun
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Ferdinand Lacina; Staatssekretär: Günter Stummvoll (until October 22, 1991); Staatssekretär: Johannes Ditz (from October 22, 1991)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Franz Fischler (until November 17, 1994); Federal Minister: Jürgen Weiss, in accordance with Article 71 of Federal Constitutional Law, entrusted with continued administration of the Ministry (November 17, 1994 until November 29, 1994)>BR>
Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs: Federal Minister: Wolfgang Schüssel; Staatssekretärin: Maria Fekter
Federal Ministry of Public Economy and Transport: Federal Minister: Rudolf Streicher (until April 3, 1992); Federal Minister: Viktor Klima (from April 3, 1992)
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Werner Fasslabend
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Alois Mock
Federal Ministry of Science and Research: Federal Minister: Erhard Busek, Vice-Chancellor; in accordance with Article 77, Section 4 of Federal Constitutional Law appointed head of the Federal Ministry from July 2, 1991
Federal Ministry of the Environment, Youth and Family Affairs: Federal Minister: Marilies Flemming (until March 5, 1991); Federal Minister: Ruth Feldgrill-Zankel (from March 5, 1991 to November 25, 1992); Federal Minister: Maria Rauch-Kallat (from November 25, 1992)
Federal Ministry of Health, Sport and Consumer Protection: Federal Minister: Harald Ettl (from February 1, 1991 to April 3, 1992); Federal Minister: Michael Ausserwinkler (from April 3, 1992 to March 17,1994); Federal Minister: Christa Krammer (from March 17, 1994)
 
Vranitzky (IV): from November 29, 1994 to December 18, 1995; entrusted with the continued administration until March 12, 1996
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Franz Vranitzky; Vice-Chancellor: Erhard Busek (until May 4, 1995); Vice-Chancellor: Wolfgang Schüssel (from May 4, 1995); Federal Minister for Women’s Issues: Johanna Dohnal (until April 6, 1995); Federal Minister for Women’s Issues: Helga Konrad (from April 6, 1995); Staatssekretärin: Brigitte Ederer (until October 27, 1995); Staatssekretär: Caspar Einem (until April 6, 1995); Staatssekretär: Karl Schlögl (from April 6, 1995); Staatssekretär: Gerhard Schäffer
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Franz Löschnak (until April 6, 1995); Federal Minister: Caspar Einem (from April 6, 1995)
Federal Ministry of Youth and Family Affairs (from January 1, 1995): Federal Minister: Sonja Moser, from November 11, 1994 until December 30, 1994, Minister without Portfolio
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Nikolaus Michalek
Federal Ministry for Education and Art, from January 1, 1995, Federal Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs: Federal Minister: Erhard Busek (until May 4, 1995); Federal Minister: Elisabeth Gehrer (from May 4, 1995)
Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs: Federal Minister: Josef Hesoun (until April 6, 1995); Federal Minister: Franz Hums (from April 6, 1995)
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Ferdinand Lacina (until April 6, 1995); Federal Minister: Andreas Staribacher (from April 6, 1995 to January 3, 1996); Federal Minister: Viktor Klima, in accordance with Article 71 of Federal Constitutional Law, entrusted with the continued administration of the Ministry (from January 3, 1996 until March 12, 1996); Staatssekretär: Johannes Ditz (until May 4, 1995)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Wilhelm Molterer
Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs: Federal Minister: Wolfgang Schüssel (until May 4, 1995); Federal Minister: Johannes Ditz (from May 4, 1995)
Federal Ministry of Public Economy and Transport: Federal Minister: Viktor Klima; Staatssekretär: Martin Bartenstein (until May 4, 1995)
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Werner Fasslabend
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Alois Mock (until May 4, 1995); Federal Minister: Wolfgang Schüssel: Vice-Chancellor (from May 4, 1995); Staatssekretärin: Benita Maria Ferrero-Waldner (from May 4, 1995)
Federal Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts: Federal Minister: Rudolf Scholten
Federal Ministry of the Environment, Youth and the Family, from January 1, 1995, Federal Ministry for the Environment: Federal Minister: Maria Rauch-Kallat (until May 4, 1995); Federal Minister: Martin Bartenstein (from May 4, 1995)
Federal Ministry of Health, Sport and Consumer Protection: Federal Minister: Christa Krammer
 
Vranitzky (V): from March 12, 1996 to January 20, 1997; entrusted with the continued administration until January 28, 1997
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Franz Vranitzky; Vice-Chancellor: Wolfgang Schüssel; Federal Ministry of Women’s Issues: Federal Minister: Helga Konrad; Staatssekretär: Karl Schlögl
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Caspar Einem
Federal Ministry of the Environment and Federal Ministry for Youth and Family Affairs, from May 1, 1996 Federal Ministry for the Environment, Youth and Family Affairs: Federal Minister: Martin Bartenstein
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Nikolaus Michalek
Federal Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs: Federal Minister: Elisabeth Gehrer
Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs: Federal Minister: Franz Hums
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Viktor Klima
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Wilhelm Molterer
Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs: Federal Minister: Johannes Ditz (until June 19, 1996); Federal Minister: Johann Farnleitner (from June 19, 1996)
Federal Ministry of Public Economy and Transport, until April 30, 1996: provisional head: Federal Minister Rudolf Scholten
Federal Ministry of National Defence: Federal Minister: Werner Fasslabend
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Wolfgang Schüssel, Vice-Chancellor; Staatssekretärin: Benita Maria Ferrero-Waldner
Federal Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts, from May 1, 1996 Federal Ministry of Science, Transport and the Arts: Federal Minister: Rudolf Scholten
Federal Ministry of Health and Consumer Protection: Federal Minister: Christa Krammer
 
Klima: from January 28, 1997 to October 5, 1999; entrusted with the continued administration of businesses until February 4, 2000
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Viktor Klima; Vice-Chancellor: Wolfgang Schüssel; Federal Ministry of Women’s Issues and Consumer Protection: Federal Minister: Barbara Prammer; Staatssekretär: Peter Wittmann
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Karl Schlögl
Federal Ministry of the Environment, Youth and Family Affairs: Federal Minister: Martin Bartenstein
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Nikolaus Michalek
Federal Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs: Federal Minister: Elisabeth Gehrer
Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, from February 14, 1997 Federal Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs: Federal Minister: Eleonora Hostasch
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Rudolf Edlinger; Staatssekretär: Wolfgang Ruttenstorfer (until December 31, 1999)
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: Federal Minister: Wilhelm Molterer
Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs: Federal Minister: Johann Farnleitner
Federal Ministry of Defence: Federal Minister: Werner Fasslabend
Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Wolfgang Schüssel, Vice-Chancellor; Staatssekretärin: Benita Maria Ferrero-Waldner
Federal Ministry of Science, Transport and the Arts, from February 14, 1997 Federal Ministry of Science and Transport: Federal Minister: Caspar Einem
 
Schüssel: since February 4, 2000
Federal Chancellery: Federal Chancellor: Wolfgang Schüssel; Vice-Chancellor: Susanne Riess-Passer; Staatssekretär: Franz Morak
Federal Ministry for Foreign Affairs: Federal Minister: Benita Maria Ferrero-Waldner
Federal Ministry for Education and Cultural Affairs, from April 1, 2000 Federal Ministry for Education, Science and Culture: Federal Minister: Elisabeth Gehrer
Federal Ministry of Finance: Federal Minister: Karl-Heinz Grasser; Staatssekretär: Alfred Finz
Federal Ministry of the Interior: Federal Minister: Ernst Strasser
Federal Ministry of Justice: Federal Minister: Michael Krüger (until March 2, 2000); Federal Minister: Dieter Böhmdorfer (from March 2, 2000)
Federal Ministry for National Defence: Federal Minister: Herbert Scheibner
Federal Ministry for Agriculture and Forestry, from April 1, 2000 Federal Ministry for Agriculture and Forestry, Environment and Water Management: Federal Minister: Wilhelm Molterer
Federal Ministry for Public Affairs and Sports (from April 1, 2000): Federal Minister: Susanne Riess-Passer, Vice-Chancellor
Federal Ministry for Labour, Health and Social Affairs, from April 1, 2000 Federal Ministry for Social Security and Generations: Federal Minister: Elisabeth Sickl; Staatssekretär: Reinhard Waneck
Federal Ministry for Science and Transport, from April 1, 2000 Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology: Federal Minister: Michael Schmid
Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs, from April 1, 2000 Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Labour: Federal Minister: Martin Bartenstein; Staatssekretärin: Mares Rossmann
Federal Ministry for the Environment, Youth and Family, until March 31, 2000: provisional head: Federal Minister Wilhelm Molterer



 
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