Category: certification/testing

ACCURATE's comments to the EAC on 2005 VVSG

system, elections, certification/testing, accessibility, reform, vendors, standards, SIMS, berkeley, problems, research, policy, usability, legal
Here is the 50-page document that has been ruling my life (and the lives of a few others) for the past month: This is [ACCURATE][1]'s comments on the [2005 VVSG][2] to the [EAC][3]. Enjoy. I'll return to this later today or tomorrow to explain a… more »

EML moves in the direction of an ISO standard...

elections, certification/testing, standards, open source, politics, policy
The [Election Markup Language] (EML) has just begun the process of becoming and official [OASIS][OASIS] standard. The public comment period started yesterday and goes until 14 Nov 2005. This is the first step towards making EML an ISO standard. In… more »

Illinois opens voting system testing information

elections, certification/testing, reform, vendors, news, litigation, policy, legal
(via Alan of the OVC) Illinois just passed [House Bill 1968](http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/94/HB/09400HB1968enr.htm) which states (in part): > All test plans, test results, documentation, and other records used to plan, execute, and record the… more »

ESI to test voting machines...

elections, certification/testing, hacks, research, policy
Looks like the Election Sciences Institute has an agreement with Franklin County, OH to test their incoming ES&S electronic voting machines. > ### [Computer experts to review voting machines](http://www.ohio.com/mld/beaconjournal/news/state/1… more »

Atty letter (on behalf of no one) claims AutoMARK is not accessible...

elections, certification/testing, accessibility, vendors, news, wtf?, politics, litigation, usability, legal
John McDermott, the attorney that represented the AAPD in their unsuccessful attempt to nullify, California's former Secretary of State, Kevin Shelley's decertification order for some DREs last year, is apparently sending threatening letters to Californ… more »
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