US election 2020: Biden to present team as Trump allows transition
The US president-elect will formally introduce cabinet picks, as the transfer of power gathers pace.
Who has Biden picked for the top jobs?
A statement from the transition team said those being nominated "are experienced, crisis-tested leaders who are ready to hit the ground running on day one".
It said: "These officials will start working immediately to rebuild our institutions, renew and re-imagine American leadership to keep Americans safe at home and abroad, and address the defining challenges of our time - from infectious disease, to terrorism, nuclear proliferation, cyber threats, and climate change."
The transition website has now switched to a .gov domain.
Mr Biden revealed his key picks for his national security and foreign policy teams on Monday. Almost all of the top posts will require Senate approval.
- Antony Blinken was nominated as secretary of state - the most important foreign policy position. He is expected to manage a Biden foreign policy agenda that will emphasise re-engaging with Western allies
- Ex-US Secretary of State John Kerry will lead the incoming administration's effort to combat climate change. He was one of the leading architects of the Paris climate agreement, which President Trump withdrew from. Mr Kerry will not require Senate approval
- Avril Haines, a former deputy director of the CIA, was nominated as the first female director of national intelligence
- Alejandro Mayorkas was the first Latino nominated to serve as secretary of homeland security. He previously served as deputy secretary of homeland security under President Obama
- Jake Sullivan was named White House national security adviser. This does not require Senate approval. Mr Sullivan served as Mr Biden's national security adviser during Mr Obama's second term
- Long-time diplomat Linda Thomas-Greenfield was nominated US ambassador to the UN. She also served under President Obama, including as assistant secretary of state for African affairs between 2013 and 2017
- Reports say former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen will be the choice for treasury secretary