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State Secretary Stefan Brangs

State Secretary Stefan Brangs

State Secretary Stefan Brangs
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Stefan Brangs was born in Solingen (North-Rhine Westphalia) on 30 September 1964, and is married with three children. He has been living in Schmölln-Putzkau/Oberlausitz with his family since 1992.

After training as a survey technician and then studying at the Sozialakademie, Stefan Brangs supported the development of democratic trade union structures in Leipzig and Dresden as a trade union secretary.

In 1998, Stefan Brangs became the spokesperson of the Öffentliche Dienste, Transport und Verkehr (ÖTV) trade union for public services and transport in Saxony. The establishment of the Vereinte Dienstleistungsgewerkschaft (ver.di) trade union in 2001 saw him continue this role as the spokesperson of ver.di Saxony. Until April 2005, he was also responsible for providing trade-union representation for municipal workers in Saxony as the state head of the “Municipalities” department at ver.di. Stefan Brangs was elected into the Saxon State Parliament in September 2004. He also began working as a parliamentary leader of the SPD group in the Saxon State Parliament in 2007. Stefan Brangs has been the State Secretary at the Saxon State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Labor and Transport since December 2014.

State Secretary Dr Hartmut Mangold, Head of Department

State Secretary Dr Hartmut Mangold

State Secretary Dr Hartmut Mangold
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Hartmut Mangold was born in Eisenach on 9 November 1956.

From 1977-1982, he studied law and German language and literature at the Universities of Freiburg and Regensburg, completing a doctorate in philosophy (Dr. phil.) in 1988.

In 1986, Mangold worked as a lecturer in legal philosophy and constitutional law at the University of Edinburgh. From 1988 to 1989, he was a public prosecutor at Berlin District Court, before moving to the North-Rhine Westphalian Ministry of Science and Research as an advisor. He was the Head of Department at Brandenburg’s Ministry of Science, Education and Culture from 1990 to 1992, and later moved to the Brandenburg State Chancellery. Mangold then became the Head of Department at the Federal Chancellery. In 2003, he worked as Ministerialdirigent (head of a ministerial section) at the Ministry of Transport, Construction and Urban Development.
Hartmut Mangold was the State Secretary at the Saxon State Ministry of Economic Affairs, Employment and Transport (SMWA) from August 2007 to October 2009, before leading the department in the Ministry of Education, and then the administration department in the Brandenburg Parliament until November 2014. Hartmut Mangold has been the State Secretary at the Saxon State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Labor and Transport since December 2014.

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