Post-Election Public Working Group

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This working group is for the discussion and development of requirements-related information for voting systems, intended ultimately for inclusion in the Election Assistance Commission (EAC) Voluntary Voting System Guidelines (VVSG).The focus of this working group is on requirements addressing post-election activities, including tabulation, reporting, reconciliations, auditing, and certification.


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List of Current Deliverables:

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Process Under Consideration

Post-Election Process Information

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Process Functions

  1. Election Official counts Contest Choices on Cast Vote Record
  2. Election Official consolidates Counted Vote Totals
  3. Election Official reports Counted Vote Totals to Election Results Consumers
  4. Election Official reports Intermediate Election Results to Election Results Consumer
  5. Election Official validates Official Election Results
  6. Election Official reports Official Election Results to Election Results Consumers
  7. Election Official corrects Election Operation Errors
  8. Election Official archives Election Information
  9. Election Official archives Election Equipment
  10. Election Official audits Election Information
  11. Election Official audits Election Equipment
  12. Election Participants accept Official Election Results
  13. end Election

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Meeting Information:

The NIST Voting System Post-Election Requirements Working Group will meet by telecon; date and time and connection details to be announced.

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Meeting Archive

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Working Group Chairs:

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Membership Information:

Participation in this Working Group is open to all interested parties. There are no membership fees.

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Latest Working Documents

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