Author: Ed Smith The US Election Assistance Commission (EAC) started accepting voting systems for federal certification in 2007. In its earliest days, the EAC Testing and Certification process placed few barriers to submitting an application for certification and obtaining approval
There are many priorities for the new administration, not the least of which will be increasing Congress’s irregular funding and standardization efforts for election cybersecurity and processes. The they must begin the task of rebuilding trust in the integrity of
In a recent interview on NPR, Matthew Masterson, former senior cybersecurity adviser at the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) in the United States, said the 2020 vote was “as smooth a presidential election as I’ve
The Center for Digital Government recently announced the winners of its 4th annual Government Experience Awards.
Recently 70 members of Congress signed a letter to Rules Committee Chairman James P. McGovern urging Congress to allow its members to use remote voting in times of crisis, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic. The note, which you can
Election season in the U.S. has barely started and already a tsunami of misinformation about the Iowa Caucus is crashing down on the nation’s election officials.