(KCEN) -- Washington D.C. is gearing up for a big event this weekend, the second inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Obama will take the oath of office on Monday and give a speech.
Up to 800,000 people are expected to attend. That's less than half as many people as four years ago.
The Secret Service has set up nearly 100 work stations and says there will be better crowd management this time around.
The White House says the President is working on his speech, which is expected to be short on politics.
Because January 20 falls on a Sunday, the President and Vice President take their oaths privately on Sunday, then again before the crowd on Monday.