The provisional government of Israel was a temporary cabinet group that governed the Jewish community in British Mandate Palestine and later the state of Israel. The provisional government of Israel was formed on April 12 1948 and was in power until the formation of the first official government after Knesset elections in March 1949.
David Ben-Gurion, Prime Minister and Minister of Defense
Eliezer Kaplan, Minister of Finance
Behor Shalom Shitrit, Minister of Police and Minorities
Yitzhak Greenbaum, Minister of the Interior
Ze'ev Sharef, Cabinet Secretary
Felix Rosenblueth, Minister of Justice
Moshe Shapira, Minister of Immigration and Health
Yitzhak Meir Levin, Minister of Social Welfare
Yehuda Maimon (Fishman), Minister of Religious Affairs and War Casualties
Peretz Bernstein, Minister of Trade, Industry and Supplies.
Mordechai Bentov, Minister of Labor and Construction
Aharon Zisling, Minister of Agriculture
David Remez, Minister of Transport
Moshe Shertok (Sharett), Foreign Minister
Sources: Israeli Foreign Ministry