In the first week of November, the new Biden administration is expected to announce an executive director for the Office of Health and Human Services.

The name of the person is not yet released.

The office is responsible for coordinating and administering health care across the federal government, including in the states.

The administration is already preparing for the president’s decision to leave office on January 20.

This week’s appointee will be the first in a series of top administration officials to be confirmed to the post by the Senate.

Biden’s choice will be an experienced administrator with experience in health care administration.

This is a major shift for the newly named Office of the Presidency.

A previous administration official told Politico that Biden wanted to have the position filled by someone with health care experience.

The Biden administration did not disclose a new name until a few days before the Senate’s confirmation vote, which is expected later this week.

The new deputy administrator has been nominated by Biden’s deputy chief of staff, Tom Calmes, and is expected in his capacity as acting chief of the Office for Patient Safety and Health Reform.

The position will be in charge of coordinating the administration’s efforts to develop and implement the health care reforms of the Affordable Care Act, which are the centerpiece of the president ‘s signature legislation.

The Obama administration has already launched a series.

The Department of Health has launched the “Affordable Care Act” website, launched a mobile app, launched an expanded outreach program and is also conducting an online health information clearinghouse.

Biden administration officials have also been working on ways to speed up the process for people to enroll in health plans, which they say will make it easier to enroll and make health care more affordable for millions of Americans.

This includes more targeted outreach to high-risk populations, such as seniors and people with pre-existing conditions, who may not be able to obtain insurance through their employers.

Health care has been a big topic of discussion since the Affordable Health Care Act passed, with the president calling it “the biggest healthcare story of our time.”

Biden administration health care officials have worked hard to improve the quality of health care in the United States, but they have also faced criticism from lawmakers who said they were too slow in implementing health care reform.

The Senate has also voted twice to delay some of the ACA’s most important health reforms.

The first delay was passed by the House last year and the Senate did not take up that bill, which would have delayed key parts of the health law.

Biden is expected take office in January and have a limited amount of time to implement the ACA, but many experts expect that his administration will do more.

In a letter released last week, the Congressional Budget Office warned that the delay would have a “severe and long-lasting negative impact” on the country’s long-term economic recovery.

The letter warned that if Congress fails to act soon, the economic recovery would take a hit in 2019 and 2020, with more than 8 million people living in poverty and more than 1.3 million working fewer than 40 hours a week.

Biden will have to make tough decisions about how he will move forward with the health reform, including whether to repeal and replace the ACA entirely.

“The president is committed to advancing the health and safety of all Americans,” the letter said.

Biden said in a statement Friday that the administration is focused on implementing the Affordable Act’s reforms.

“With the passage of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, Congress has acted to create a more prosperous, stable, and stable economy for our country.

This administration is committed, as the president has said, to ‘do more,’ including by ensuring that the ACA continues to work, improves access to care, and provides people with coverage the health insurance they need to thrive.

I look forward to working with our colleagues in Congress to pass a comprehensive health reform package that helps Americans who are struggling with the economic and health crises that plague our country today,” he said.

This article has been updated to include more information about the Office to be filled by Biden.