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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Public Meeting (01:00 PM - 04:00 PM)
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July 14, 2009

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01:00 PM - 04:00 PM

U.S. Election Assistance Commission
1225 New York Ave NW
Washington, DC, 20005

(202) 566-3100


The Commission will hold a public meeting to consider administrative matters, consider re-accreditation of two voting system test laboratories, receive a briefing on the Accessible Voting Technology Initiative, with a representative from NIST available to help answer questions, and hear from members of the public regarding technological solutions for voting systems to ensure that voters with disabilities can vote in a private and independent manner.

 

The Commission will hold a public meeting to consider administrative matters, consider re-accreditation of two voting system test laboratories, receive a briefing on the Accessible Voting Technology Initiative, with a representative from NIST available to help answer questions, and hear from members of the public regarding technological solutions for voting systems to ensure that voters with disabilities can vote in a private and independent manner.