Trump transition team launches GreatAgain.Gov

Greatagain.gov is pictured. It went live following Donald Trump's win in the 2016 presidential election. (screenshot)

Greatagain.gov is pictured. It went live following Donald Trump’s win in the 2016 presidential election. (screenshot)

The Donald Trump team officially launched its website: GreatAgain.Gov.

His campaign promise to make America great again is now the official government website for the president-elect’s transition team. The team will be in charge of picking employees for more than 4,000 positions.

Trump has had a transition team in place for months. In 2010, Congress passed the Pre-Election Presidential Transition Act, which directs the General Services Administration to supply office space and equipment to both of the major-party candidates after they’re formally nominated.

Now the transition team will work on everything Trump needs to smoothly transition into office in just 10 weeks. Trump will send people to each of the federal agencies to help ease his transition into the White House.

The website features a video from Donald Trump Jr. and biographies of Trump, Mike Pence and the first and second lady to be.

It also features a question form for the public asking people to share how they want to make America great again.