- In an effort to quickly leave its stamp across government, the Biden administration even left a secret message on the White House website.
- The message from the administration of President Biden, who was inaugurated as the 46th president on Wednesday, asks coders to consider joining the US Digital Service.
- The service was set up in 2014 under President Barack Obama.
President Joe Biden planned to sign a flurry of executive orders on Thursday during his first full day of work at the White House, with the orders largely focused on things like shaping a new, coordinated federal response to the coronavirus pandemic. A requirement for people to wear face masks in airplanes, in addition to expanding the US COVID vaccine manufacturing capacity, were among the targets of these orders.
Meantime, this is not the only example of how different the Biden White House already is from the recently departed Trump administration. The differences even extend to the White House website, where Biden's team moved quickly to put its stamp there and imbue it with the philosophy of the boss. For starters, the White House contact page now asks people who write in with comments to select which pronoun they prefer. And the Biden team also left a secret message elsewhere on the White House website.
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