Second-Term Administration

A president’s second term is often approached as a continuation of the first four years rather than as an opportunity to make adjustments in personnel, policy and the performance of government. Our Presidential Transition Guide offers suggestions on how an incumbent president can use the transition to lay the groundwork for a successful second term. See Chapter 8 for more information.

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To learn more about the Center’s work with the outgoing administration, please contact Shannon Carroll at [email protected]