When the June 30 1998 Estrada cabinet was announced, it included: -
President Joseph Estrada, concurrently secretary of interior and local government
Vice President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, concurrently, secretary of social welfare and development
-- Ronaldo Zamora, executive secretary
-- Felipe Medalla, director general of the National Economic Development Authority
-- Rodolfo Reyes, press secretary
-- Horacio Morales, secretary of agrarian reform
-- William Dar, secretary of agriculture (in acting capacity)
-- Benjamin Diokno, secretary of budget and management
-- Andrew Gonzales, secretary of education, culture and sports
-- Mario Tiaoque, secretary of energy
In January 2001, Estrada made some changes to the cabinet.
Finance Secretary Edgardo Espiritu and Interior and Local Government Secretary Ronaldo Puno both resigned.
Trade and Industry Secretary Jose Pardo became the new finance secretary and former Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim became the new interior and local government secretary. Estrada named Congress member Manuel Roxas as the new trade and industry secretary, replacing Pardo.