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Purpose The purpose of the Constituency Groups is to support the development of standards around the most stable aspect of elections possible: the Election Process...
Purpose This working group is for the discussion and development of requirements related information for voting systems, intended ultimately for inclusion in the Election...
Election Event Logging Subgroup This subgroup is creating a common data format for election event logging based on the election event logging requirements in the EAC...
Membership John Sebes, OSET Foundation John Dziurlaj, Office of SOS, OH Sam Dana, Prometheus Computing Rick Rivello, NIST John Wack, NIST Sarah Whitt, Wisconsin GAB...
Frequently Asked Questions Following is a list of frequently asked questions (and answers) about the NIST Interoperability public working group and the associated...
Interoperability Working Groups and Common Data Format The Interoperability working groups are for the discussion and development of guidance for voting system interoperability...
Security Recommendations Note: This topic is a work in progress. Edits are welcome, and discussions can take place on the Cybersecurity Constituency Group mailing...
Voting Methods Working Group (VMWG) Voting Methods Standard Purpose The purpose of this guidance and standard is to enable adopters to produce correct and accurate...
Statistics for Voting Web Month: Topic views: Topic saves: File uploads: Most popular topic views: Top viewers: Top contributors...
What is GitHub?? The CDF specifications are stored on and made available to the public via ...
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