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Thursday, December 07, 2006

Public Meeting

10:00 AM - 03:30 PM U.S. Election Assistance Commission
1225 New York Ave NW, Suite 150
Washington, DC, 20005

(202) 566-3100

The Commission will receive presentations on public comments received for the DRAFT Procedural Manual for Voting System Testing and Certification Program and the proposed final document will be considered for approval. The Commission will receive presentations from election officials, community interest groups, academicians and technology experts regarding the 2006 election. The Commission will elect officers for 2007 and consider other administrative matters.

  • Report on TGDC, Fraud and Intimidation Report

  • Administrative Manual

  • EAC Certification Program

  • Panel on Assessing the 2006 Election: Election Officials

  • Organizations and Academics

  • Election Technology


Panel 1: Election Officials
Panel 2: Organizations and Academics
Panel 3: Election Technology Representative
  • John S. Groh, Chairman, ITAA, Election Technology Council

  • 3-0 (Carried) Motion to Adopt Election Crimes Report

  • 3-0 (Carried) Motion to Adopt Administrative Manual

  • 3-0 (Carried) Motion to Adopt Voting System Testing and Certification Manual

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Sunshine Notice
Testimony - Deborah Markowitz
Testimony - Kevin Kennedy
Testimony - Doug Lewis
Testimony - Elizabeth Libby
Testimony - Mary Wilson
Testimony - Jonah Goldman
Testimony - Mark Thor Hearne
Testimony - Dan Seligson
Testimony - John Groh