Deng Xiaogang (Chinese: 邓小刚; born August 1967) is a Chinese politician, serving since 2013 as the Deputy Communist Party Secretary of the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), and since 2012 as the Secretary of the Political and Legal Affairs Commission of the TAR.
Deng was born in Guiyang County, Hunan province. He graduated with a degree in animal husbandry from Hunan College of Agriculture, and a graduate degree in development economics from the Beijing Agricultural University. He joined the Communist Party of China in December 1991. He worked in the Beijing Planning Commission, the Beijing Development and Reform Commission, and the deputy governor of Fengtai District, and the governor of Tongzhou District.
In 2005, Deng was selected to work in Tibet. In June 2005 he became assistant to the Chairman of the Tibet Autonomous Region, then in 2006 was elevated to Vice Chairman, entering sub-provincial ranks at only age 39. He entered the regional Party Standing Committee in 2011 as the secretary-general of the regional party committee. In April 2012, as part of a wider reshuffle, Deng was named head of the TAR Political and Legal Affairs Commission (Zhengfawei), the youngest provincial-level Zhengfawei chief at the time. In April 2013 he was named Deputy Party Secretary of the Tibet Autonomous Region.