WASHINGTON — President Biden is anticipated to signal an government order on Sunday that directs the federal government to take steps to make voting simpler, marking the 56th anniversary of the Bloody Sunday march in Selma, Ala., which swiftly turned voting rights right into a nationwide trigger.

The multipart order is geared toward utilizing the far-flung attain of federal companies to assist folks register to vote and to encourage Individuals to go to the polls on Election Day. In a ready speech for the Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast on Sunday, Mr. Biden will argue that such actions are nonetheless needed regardless of the progress of the final half-century.

“The legacy of the march in Selma is that whereas nothing can cease a free folks from exercising their most sacred energy as residents, there are those that will do all the pieces they will to take that energy away,” Mr. Biden will say, in line with the ready remarks.

“Each eligible voter ought to be capable to vote and have it counted,” he plans to say. “If in case you have the most effective concepts, you don’t have anything to cover. Let extra folks vote.”

The president’s actions come within the wake of his predecessor’s monthslong assault on the voting process through the 2020 election and the Jan. 6 riot that erupted on the U.S. Capitol after that predecessor, Donald J. Trump, repeatedly sought to overturn the election results.

The manager order is comparatively restricted in scope. It calls upon officers at federal companies to check and doubtlessly increase entry to voter registration supplies, particularly for these with disabilities, incarcerated folks and different traditionally underserved teams.

It additionally orders a modernization of the federally run Vote.gov web site to make sure that it supplies probably the most up-to-date details about voting and elections.

However the order doesn’t immediately handle efforts by many Republican-led state legislatures to limit voting, together with measures that may roll again the mail voting that was established in lots of states through the pandemic.

Mr. Biden has mentioned that he helps H.R. 1, a far-reaching voter rights invoice that passed the House last week. It might weaken restrictive state voter identification legal guidelines, require computerized voter registration, increase mail-in voting and early voting, make it tougher to eradicate voters from the rolls and restore voting rights to former felons.

That laws faces a tough problem within the evenly divided Senate, the place Republican opposition seems to make it extremely unlikely that it could actually win the assist of the 60 senators required to ship it to Mr. Biden’s desk.

Within the meantime, a senior administration official mentioned Mr. Biden’s government order was meant to point out that the president was doing what he might.