Voting Equipment

Quality Monitoring Program

EAC's Quality Monitoring Program is designed to ensure that voting systems certified by EAC are the same systems sold by manufacturers. The quality monitoring process is a mandatory part of the program and includes elements such as fielded voting system review, anomaly reporting, and manufacturing site visits. For more information see Chapter 8 of the Voting System Testing and Certification Program Manual.

System Advisory Notices

System Advisory Notices are an important part of the Quality Monitoring Program. EAC issues advisories to inform jurisdictions and members of the public of an existing anomaly or issue with an EAC-certified system. The advisory notice describes the nature of the issue identified, the root cause of the issue if known, and the current status of a solution to the issue. EAC will follow up with additional advisory notices regarding unresolved issues as more information is gathered and the problem is resolved.  

These notices support EAC's quality monitoring program requirement related to identifying and reporting anomalies of fielded EAC systems. These notices are issued after an anomaly or issue is identified and verified through conversations with the jurisdiction fielding the system and the manufacturer of the system.

See below the System Advisory Notices that EAC has issued.

Dominion Voting Systems

Democracy Suite 4.0

There are currently no System Advisory Notices

 

Democracy Suite 4.14 Modification

There are currently no System Advisory Notices

 

Democracy Suite 4.14-A Modification

There are currently no System Advisory Notices

 

Democracy Suite 4.14-A.1 Modification

There are currently no System Advisory Notices

 

Democracy Suite 4.14-B Modification

There are currently no System Advisory Notices

 

Democracy Suite 4.14-D Modification

05/06/15 -- ICC DCF options supported in Adjudication 2.x

 

Democracy Suite 4.14-E Modification

 

Assure 1.3 Modification

There are currently no System Advisory Notices

 

Election Systems and Software

EVS 5.0.0.0

 

EVS 5.0.1.0 Modification

 

EVS 5.2.0.0 Modification

 

EVS 5.2.0.3 Modification

EVS 5.2.0.4 Modification

EVS 5.2.1.0 Modification

 

EVS 5.2.1.1 Modification

 

EVS 5300 (MD)

 

Unity 3.2.0.0 Rev. 3 Modification

 

Unity 3.2.1.0

 

Unity 3.4.0.0 Modification

 

Unity 3.4.1.0 Modification

 

Unity 3.4.1.4 Modification

 

Hart Intercivic, Inc

Verity Voting 1.0

 

MicroVote General Corporation

EMS v.4.0

There are currently no System Advisory Notices

 

EMS v.4.0B Modification

 

EMS v.4.1 Modification

There are currently no System Advisory Notices

 

Premier Election Solutions, Inc

Assure 1.2

Voluntarily Submitted by Manufacturer
Voluntarily Submitted by Manufacturer
Voluntarily Submitted by Manufacturer
Voluntarily Submitted by Manufacturer
Voluntarily Submitted by Manufacturer
Voluntarily Submitted by Manufacturer
Voluntarily Submitted by Manufacturer

 

Unisyn Voting Solutions

OpenElect 1.0

There are currently no System Advisory Notices

 

OpenElect 1.0.1 Modification

There are currently no System Advisory Notices

 

OpenElect 1.1 Modification

There are currently no System Advisory Notices

 

OpenElect 1.2 Modification

There are currently no System Advisory Notices

 

OpenElect 1.3 Modification

There are currently no System Advisory Notices

 

Formal Investigations

A Formal Investigation is an official investigation of a non-conformity to a voting system.  The end result of a Formal Investigation is a Report of Investigation.  For more information see Chapter 7 of the Voting System Testing and Certification Program Manual.

See below the Formal Investigations that EAC has issued, or visit the Resource Library.

 

Election Systems and Software

Unity 3.2.0.0

 
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