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Biden Aims To Cut Bureaucratic Runaround For Gov’t Services

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FILE - Travelers queue up at the south security checkpoint Nov. 23, 2021, at Denver International Airport in Denver. President Joe Biden on Monday, Dec. 13, 2021, will sign an executive order aimed at saving Americans time and frustration when seeking a broad array of federal services, like renewing passports, applying for Social Security benefits and getting aid after natural disasters. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski, File)

President Joe Biden plans to sign an executive order aimed at saving Americans time and frustration when dealing with the federal government. Monday’s order will attempt to streamline a broad range of services: renewing passports, applying for Social Security benefits, getting aid after natural disasters and much more. Two senior White House officials have confirmed details of the executive order before the announcement. The order is aimed at reducing the current bureaucratic runaround, under which people often have to visit offices, endure long phone calls or struggle with the delays of mail and fax machines when trying to contact federal agencies.

 

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