Election Modeling Subgroup

This effort involves creating process models that define all election operations. These models are informing the election public working groups and serve as a basis for use cases for other Common Data Format (CDF) efforts.

Current Status

This group is meeting via telecon usually every Wednesday at 3pm Eastern/12pm Pacific and continuing to define and refine the existing model diagrams. Please subscribe to the list, below, to get announcements and connection details for the telecons.

Documents

Link Description Date
Election Modeling Portal Business process models and related artifacts Varies
Election Modeling.pptx Last in Eriksson-Penker (via GitHub) Varies
Election_Modeling_v13.pptx Current set of election process model diagrams 2016-01-04
Election_Modeling_v12.pptx Previous set of election process model diagrams 2016-12-28

Officers and Members

  • John Dziurlaj, chair
Membership in this group is open to all; please add yourself to the membership page and subscribe to the email list, instructions below.

ElectionModelingMembershipPage

Email List

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-- John Wack - 2015-11-04

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PowerPointpptx Election_Modeling.pptx r1 manage 115.5 K 2015-11-04 - 18:02 JohnWack  
PowerPointpptx Election_Modeling_August_2017_Meeting.pptx r1 manage 4449.0 K 2017-09-07 - 16:26 JohnDziurlaj Meeting Presentation
PowerPointpptx Election_Modeling_v12.pptx r1 manage 197.7 K 2017-01-03 - 13:54 JohnWack  
PowerPointpptx Election_Modeling_v13.pptx r1 manage 180.2 K 2017-01-05 - 14:53 JohnWack  
PowerPointpptx Election_Modeling_v2.pptx r1 manage 118.8 K 2016-04-28 - 20:01 JohnWack  
PowerPointpptx Election_Modeling_v3.pptx r1 manage 145.5 K 2016-09-09 - 15:07 JohnWack  
Microsoft Word filedocx NIST_EM_Minutes_2017-07-13.docx r1 manage 13.2 K 2017-08-27 - 14:52 JohnDziurlaj Meeting Minutes
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Microsoft Word filedocx NIST_EM_Minutes_2017-07-26.docx r1 manage 13.9 K 2017-08-27 - 14:52 JohnDziurlaj Meeting Minutes
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Microsoft Word filedocx NIST_EM_Minutes_2017-08-09.docx r1 manage 14.4 K 2017-08-27 - 14:52 JohnDziurlaj Meeting Minutes
Microsoft Word filedocx NIST_EM_Minutes_2017-08-16.docx r1 manage 13.8 K 2017-08-27 - 14:52 JohnDziurlaj Meeting Minutes
Microsoft Word filedocx NIST_EM_Minutes_2017-08-23.docx r1 manage 13.9 K 2017-09-07 - 16:21 JohnDziurlaj Meeting Minutes
Microsoft Word filedocx NIST_EM_Minutes_2017-09-06.docx r2 r1 manage 15.4 K 2017-09-07 - 16:22 JohnDziurlaj meeting minutes
Microsoft Word filedocx NIST_EM_Minutes_2017-09-13.docx r1 manage 15.1 K 2017-09-26 - 12:07 JohnDziurlaj Meeting Minutes
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