The President sets up the Office of the President to carry out the functions and powers invested in them by the Constitution.
The Office of the President shall have one secretary-general to the president. The secretary-general shall be a special-grade political appointee and shall, under the direction of the president, take overall charge of the affairs of the Office of the President and direct and supervise all staff.
The Office of the President shall have two deputy secretaries-general to assist the secretary-general with administrative matters. One shall be a special-grade political appointee and the other a political appointee with a position equivalent to a 14th-grade senior-level civil servant.
According to the ROC Office of the President Organization Act, the Office of the President shall establish a First Bureau, Second Bureau, and Third Bureau; a Department of Special Affairs, Department of Security Affairs, Department of Public Affairs, Personnel Department, Department of Accounting and Statistics, Government Ethics Department, and Legal Affairs Committee.
Academia Sinica and Academia Historica shall be under the direct administrative supervision of the Office of the President.
The Office of the President has a secretary-general to the president who takes general charge of the affairs of this Office, and directs and supervises its staff members.
Deputy secretary-generals to the president assist the secretary-general to the president.