Voting System Testing Update 5.21.13
from: Jessica Myers on
May 21, 2013
Voting System Testing Update
The “Voting System Testing Update” blog is an effort to keep everyone informed of the progress systems in the EAC’s Testing and Certification Program are making each week. We hope that this adds additional transparency to our process and allows stakeholders to get a weekly update about test campaigns that impact their jurisdiction.
Voting Systems under Test:
· Dominion Democracy Suite 4.14. Wyle completed system integration testing last week. Wyle began regression testing and trusted builds this week. The draft Test Report will be sent to the EAC in the first week of June. If you would like to view documents related to this test campaign, please visit our website. Jessica Myers is the project manager on this test campaign.
· Election Systems & Software (ES&S) EVS 220.127.116.11. EAC issued the Final Decision for Certification on Thursday, May 16th. For documents related to this test campaign, please visit our website.
· Hart InterCivic Verity 1.0.At the request of Hart, EAC moved the in person kick off meeting from the week of June 10, 2013 to the week of July 8, 2013. Hart requested the changes due to delays in development and building of the system. Hart continues to work on development and building of the voting system. More information will be available on our website after the manufacturer and VSTL are ready to begin Test Plan development and testing. Jessica Myers is the project manager on this test campaign.
· Unisyn OpenElect 1.2. Unisyn submitted an application to begin a test campaign for the OpenElect 1.2. This application is currently under review by the EAC.
If you would like more information about the certification process, please read Chapter 4 and 5 of the Testing and Certification Program Manual. If you have additional questions or would like additional information about a particular voting system, please email Jessica Myers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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