President-elect Donald Trump has settled on some positions in his Cabinet, as well as other top West Wing roles, while others remain unfilled.
He must choose all his Cabinet members and appointments by his Jan. 20, 2017 inauguration, and he will eventually need to fill about 4,000 positions in the government.
Here's a look at the people he has selected so far.
Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo was selected to be Trump's CIA director, officials said. (Credit: Getty Images / Win McNamee)
Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions has been selected to be the U.S. attorney general. (Credit: Getty Images / Alex Wong)
Retired Gen. Michael Flynn wills serve as Trump's national security adviser, officials said. (Credit: Getty Images / Alex Wong)
Former head of the website Breitbart News, Steve Bannon was selected to be Trump's chief strategist and counselor. (Credit: Getty Images / Drew Angerer)
Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus will act as Trump's chief of staff. (Credit: Getty Images / Alex Wong)