Sure, we have a ways to go before January 20, but transition announcements are already coming out and not a moment too soon.
This one for starters:
Biden and transition plan - Coronavirus Task Force - CNN November 7
"Biden will announce a 12-person coronavirus-task force on Monday, two sources with knowledge tell CNN. The announcement is meant to signify how seriously the president-elect plans to focus on a pandemic that has reached a record number of daily infections in the last week.
The task force will be headed by three cochairs: former surgeon general Vivek Murthy, former Food and Drug Administration commissioner David Kessler and Yale University's Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith. The additional members are due to be announced on Monday."
Also hopeful that the US will rejoin the Paris Agreement within the first 100 days and it seems it is likely;
Rolling back Trump's rollbacks: Biden seen reversing climate deregulation - Reuters Nov 7
"Trump’s rollbacks are on shaky ground because most were done not through Congressional lawmaking but via presidential executive orders that can be easily torn up by a new administration. That means signature measures ranging from the withdrawal of the United States from the Paris climate agreement to the easing of vehicle emissions targets could vanish fast...
But building a lasting plan to replace Trump’s regulatory agenda with an ambitious blueprint to fight global climate change may prove tough without a Democrat-controlled Congress to pass legislation. Republican lawmakers appear on track to retain a majority in the Senate, and have been reticent to adopt sweeping climate change measures."
So, to be continued.