Each of these parties delivered a number of ministers but approximately half of all ministers were 'professionals' (technocrats) with an academic background, and who are not affiliated to any political party. Technocrats usually enjoy more popular support in Indonesia as politicians from political parties are often associated with political corruption.

Modifications of cabinet composition after 2012:

On 13 June 2012, it was announced that Nafsiah Mboi would be appointed as the new Health minister after her predecessor Endang Rahayu Sedyaningsih had past away on 2 May 2012.

On 7 December 2012, Andi Mallarangeng stepped down as Minister of Youth and Sport Affairs because of his involvement in the "Hambalan corruption case". He was replaced by Roy Suryo.

On 21 May 2013, Chatib Basri (former head of the BKPM) was installed as Indonesia's new Finance Minister. Former Finance Minister Agus Martowardojo resigned in March 2013 to become Governor of Bank Indonesia (per 23 May 2013).

On 28 May 2014, Agung Laksono replaced Suryadharma Ali as Minister of Religious Affairs after the latter was named suspect in the "hajj pilgrimage fund" corruption case.

United Indonesia Cabinet II

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
Vice President Boediono


Political, Legal and Security Affairs Djoko Suyanto 
Economy  Hatta Rajasa 
People’s Welfare  Agung Laksono 
State Secretary  Sudi Silalahi  
Home Affairs  Gamawan Fauzi  
Foreign Affairs  Marty Natalegawa 
Defense  Purnomo Yusgiantoro 
Justice and Human Rights  Amir Syamsuddin 
Finance  Chatib Basri
Energy and Mineral Resources  Jero Wacik 
Industry  Muhammad Sulaeman Hidayat 
Trade  Gita Wirjawan 
Agriculture  Suswono 
Forestry  Zulkifli Hasan
Transportation  Evert Ernest Mangindaan 
Fishery and Maritime  Syarif Cicip Sutarjo 
Manpower and Transmigration  Muhaimin Iskandar  
Public Works  Djoko Kirmanto 
Health  Nafsiah Mboi 
Education and Culture  Muhammad Nuh  
Social Affairs  Salim Segaf Al-jufri  
Religious Affairs   Agung Laksono
Tourism and Creative Economy  Mari Elka Pangestu 
Communication and Information  Tifatul Sembiring  
Research and Technology  Gusti Muhammad Hatta
Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises  Syarifuddin Hasan  
Environment  Balthasar Kambuaya 
Woman Empowerment and Children Protection  Linda Amalia Sari Gumelar
State Administrative Reform  Azwar Abubakar 
Development of Disadvantaged Regions  Ahmad Helmy Faishal Zaini
National Development Planning  Armida Alisjahbana 
State-Owned Enterprises  Dahlan Iskan 
Public Housing  Djan Faridz 
Youth and Sports Affairs  Roy Suryo

Non-Cabinet Key Positions

State Intelligence Agency (BIN) Marciano Norman 
National Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) Mahendra Siregar
Presidential Working Unit for Development, Supervision and Oversight  Kuntoro Mangkusubroto 
Governor of Bank Indonesia Agus Martowardojo
Chamber of Commerce & Industry Suryo Bambang Sulisto