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Wednesday, October 26, 2005 Elections and Voting   VOLUME 1 ISSUE 7  
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The Next Big Election Challenge
Developing Electronic Data Transaction Standards for Election Administration
http://www.cppa.utah.edu/publications/ne...

In this report, Professors Alvarez and Hall discuss the challenge of moving toward the implementation of a set of electronic transaction standards (ETS) for election administration across the nation. According to the authors of the report, such a standard would allow election management systems to communicate seamlessly and share data to create "a more accurate, cost-effective, and accessible election process and voting experience." Such a standard would enable state and local governments to adopt a modular approach to better integrate election management and voting products, make possible the development of truly integrated voter registration systems, and enhance the ability to conduct consistent and effective post-election audits of elections. This report is in Adobe PDF format.
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