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Interoperability Public Working Group

Table of ContentsUseful Links

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  TGDC_Recommendations-2012_-_By_Voting_Activity.pdf
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CDF Overviews

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CDF Specification Development

  Introduction to the CDF Project
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CDF Working Groups

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There are currently four CDF specifications under development as well as two additional efforts to 1) rigorously define voting variations such as RCV and (2) create business process models of election processes. Each of these activities has

  • its own subgroup and mailing list, accessible via an individual twiki subgroup page,
  • its own GitHub repository for storing specification materials, and
  • an associated web-based version of the specification documentation that is linked to the GitHub repository.
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There are currently four CDF specifications developed thus far as well as two additional efforts to 1) rigorously define voting variations such as RCV and (2) create business process models of election processes. Each of these activities has its own GitHub repository for storing specification materials.
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twiki Subgroup Page GitHub Repository Documentation
Cast Vote Records usnistgov/CastVoteRecords pages.nist.gov/CastVoteRecords
Election Event Logging usnistgov/ElectionEventLogging pages.nist.gov/ElectionEventLogging
Election Modeling usnistgov/ElectionModeling pages.nist.gov/ElectionModeling
Election Results Reporting usnistgov/ElectionResultsReporting pages.nist.gov/ElectionResultsReporting
Voter Records Interchange usnistgov/VoterRecordsInterchange pages.nist.gov/VoterRecordsInterchange
Voting Methods Models usnistgov/VotingMethods TBD
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CDF Name GitHub Repository Documentation
Cast Vote Records usnistgov/CastVoteRecords pages.nist.gov/CastVoteRecords
Election Event Logging usnistgov/ElectionEventLogging pages.nist.gov/ElectionEventLogging
Election Modeling usnistgov/ElectionModeling pages.nist.gov/ElectionModeling
Election Results Reporting usnistgov/ElectionResultsReporting pages.nist.gov/ElectionResultsReporting
Voter Records Interchange usnistgov/VoterRecordsInterchange pages.nist.gov/VoterRecordsInterchange
Voting Methods Models usnistgov/VotingMethods TBD
 

Current Status and Meetings

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The NIST Voting System Interoperability Working Group meets by telecon generally the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month at 3pm Eastern/12pm Pacific, whereas the subgroups may meet at other times (consult the specific twiki pages). The interoperability working group meetings generally include overviews of current work and discussion of broader issues such as overall scope of the CDF work. In addition, the meetings also may focus on interoperability-related requirements for the next VVSG.
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The NIST Voting System Interoperability Working Group meets by telecon as needed. The interoperability working group meetings generally include overviews of current work and discussion of broader issues such as overall scope of the CDF work. In addition, the meetings also may focus on interoperability-related requirements for the next VVSG.
  Recent Meeting Minutes:
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Membership

Email Lists

The primary Interoperability Working Group mailing list is:

Additional interoperability subgroup email lists include:

To join the list or find more information about list policies and related procedures, please visit the VVSG Working Group Lists page.

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Membership in this group is open to all; please subscribe to the email list, following instructions at VVSG Working Group Lists page.
 

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