ITIF Accessible Voting Technology Initiative – Call for Proposals Round 2 9.6.12
from: Jessica Myers on
Sep 06, 2012
2010 Accessible Voting Technology Initiative
In 2010, the EAC awarded $7,000,000 to support research on technologies and approaches to meet the challenge of making voting accessible for all eligible voters. Two grants were awarded to Clemson University and the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF). The EAC continues to work with the grantees and monitor their progress and is taking this opportunity to help ITIF spread the word about their call for proposals, made possible by their EAC grant.
ITIF Accessible Voting Technology Funded Projects – Round 1
ITIF announced the funded projects from the Call for Proposals – Round 1. The selected proposals came from:
· Assistive Technology Partners
· Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access
· Georgia Tech Research Institute
· University of Baltimore
· University of Maryland, Baltimore County
More information on the selected proposals is available here.
ITIF Accessible Voting Technology Call for Proposals – Round 2
A couple weeks ago, ITIF issued a Round 2 call for proposals for projects that will pursue accessible election technology research and development. ITIF will grant up to $200,000 for research programs and pilot projects focusing on accessible election technology. Applicants may request funding up to $100,000 in total costs over a period of 6 to 12 months. ITIF expects to make between five to ten awards in the range of $20,000 to $100,000; however, ITIF may deviate from the planned number of awards and award amounts at its discretion.
Preference will be given to applicants that are public or private institutions of higher education. Others, including businesses, independent researchers, non-profit organizations, and state and local government agencies, who are interested in applying for grant funds are encouraged to collaborate with a college or university as the primary recipient. Applicant organizations must be based in the United States.
The deadline to submit a proposal is November 30, 2012 and more information is available in the call for proposals.
For further information about this Call for Proposals, please contact Daniel Castro by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (202) 449-1351.
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