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What to Expect from the Biden Administration

January 4, 2021

BRG experts predict what to expect after Joe Biden takes office on January 20

After a year—and a US presidential election—like no other, we asked experts from across BRG a simple question heading into 2021:

What is your top prediction for the incoming Biden administration?

The answers covered a range of issues, but there were common themes, notably COVID-19, a divided Washington and a pivot back to Obama-era thinking after four years of Donald Trump.

With Joe Biden’s inauguration just weeks away, here is our collection of predictions. Topics and contributors include:

  • What to Expect in a Divided Washington: John Kelliher
  • Markets Stable on Biden Win, But Watch for Sky-High Prices, Inflation: Bradford Cornell
  • Needed: A Three-Pronged Approach to Revive US International Competitiveness: Harry G. Broadman
  • COVID-19 Shapes Healthcare Focus: Ruth Tabak
  • Dramatic Changes for Labor and Employment Laws: Elizabeth Arnold
  • Continued Support for Telehealth: JoAnna Younts
  • Financial Recovery Focus, Increased Regulatory Pressure on Banks Likely: Joseph Sergienko
  • Gas Resilient During Pandemic, But Decarbonization to Challenge Long-Term Viability of Gas and LNG Industry: Christopher Goncalves


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John J. Kelliher

Managing Director

Washington, DC
Federal Policy

Bradford Cornell

Senior Advisor

Los Angeles, Downtown

Harry G. Broadman

Managing Director

Washington, DC

Ruth E. Tabak


Washington, DC

Elizabeth Arnold


San Francisco Bay Area

JoAnna Younts


Washington, DC