As expected, President Joe Biden revoked President Trump's controversial executive order on diversity training, making it one of his first official acts on Wednesday.
The executive order, issued in September, prohibited the training of federal government employees and federal contractors and subcontractors who dealt with unconscious racist or sexual prejudice.
It had raised concerns that it would strengthen many companies' diversity training programs.
In December, a federal judge issued a nationwide preliminary injunction preventing the Trump administration from largely enforcing the order.
The revocation was part of an "executive order to promote racial balance and support for implicit communities through the federal government" issued by the White House.
Among other provisions, President Biden's Executive Order calls on the Director of the Office of Administration and Budget and Office Managers to conduct a study, to be delivered to the President within six months, on the best methods to help agencies assess justice with regard to race, ethnicity, religion, income, geography, gender identity, sexual orientation and disability.