The U.S. General Administration allocated more than $7 million to Biden as transitional funds
According to a report on the 23rd, the director of the U.S. General Administration Murphy informed President-elect Biden and his team on the same day that they were ready to start the regime transition process and would distribute more than $7 million to Biden as transitional funds.
According to the report, Biden’s transition team issued a statement saying that the decision of the U.S. General Administration is a necessary step to start responding to the challenges facing the country, and that transition team officials will begin to meet with federal officials to discuss the response to the epidemic.
According to Reuters, the approval of the U.S. General Services Administration will give Biden and his team access to a number of resources, including a “detailed” summary of threats to national security and ongoing military and covert operations, as well as a government Internet address for accessing websites and emails, Reuters reported. With approval from the U.S.
General Services Administration, heads of federal agencies can begin working with Biden’s transition team to pave the way for the handover after Biden is sworn in. U.S. federal authorities can begin issuing security clearances to members of Biden’s transition team and those who will serve in the Biden administration. In addition, the Trump administration will be asked to conduct emergency drills with members of the Biden team.
According to an ABC report on the 24th, the Secret Service personnel in charge of Trump and First Family Security have been asked whether they intend to transfer to Florida, indicating that Trump may move to Florida after leaving office.