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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword California Election Code ♦ Sequoia Voting System ♦ Optech Insight ♦ Post-election Requirement ♦ Regulatory Requirement ♦ Exclusive Use ♦ Full View ♦ Additional Step ♦ Electoral Process ♦ Individual Election Official ♦ Effective March ♦ Election Phase ♦ Official Canvas ♦ Minimum Standard ♦ Future Provision ♦ State Pursuant ♦ Absentee Voting ♦ State Reserve ♦ Disclaimer Sequoia Voting System
Abstract These Procedures establish the regulations governing the use of the Optech Insight in the election phases of testing, precinct and absentee voting, semi-official and official canvass, and Post-Election requirements. These procedures have been adopted by the Secretary of State pursuant to the California Elections Code and shall regulate and govern the use of the Optech Insight at all elections governed by the California Elections Code. These procedures shall be effective March 2005 and shall be used in conjunction with all other statutory and regulatory requirements. Should there be a conflict with current or future provisions of the California Elections Code, such provisions shall take precedence. Insofar as feasible, all procedures prescribed herein shall be carried out in full view of the public. These procedures constitute a minimum standard of performance. They are not intended to preclude additional steps being taken by individual Election Officials to enhance the security and reliability of the electoral process. The Secretary of State reserves the right to amend these procedures at any time. DISCLAIMER Sequoia Voting Systems believes that this manual is accurate and reliable. Sequoia Voting Systems accepts no responsibility, financial or otherwise, for any consequences arising out of the information in or the use of this manual. The information contained in this manual is subject to change. Updates may be issued from time to time. This document was prepared by Sequoia Voting Systems and is intended for the exclusive use of its clients and licensees.
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Publisher Date 2006-01-01