|Subject Domain (in DDC)||Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science|
|Subject Keyword||New York State Board ♦ Concerned Ny Citizen ♦ Ny State Draft V ♦ Voting System Guideline ♦ Highlight Section ♦ Eac Hava Guideline ♦ Numerous Federal ♦ Conceptual Material ♦ Misunderstood Technical Concept ♦ State Legislation ♦ Formal Comment Round ♦ Election Equipment ♦ Considerable Insight ♦ Serious Advisory ♦ Numerous Flaw ♦ Detail Section ♦ Ny State Regulation ♦ Federal Voting System ♦ Ieee P1583 ♦ Current Draft ♦ Voting System Standard ♦ Important Correction Line ♦ Ny State V ♦ Election Advisory ♦ Last Half-decade ♦ Salient Change|
|Abstract||considerable insight on this material that should be helpful, as I had actively been involved in the formal comment rounds of the FEC 2002 Voting System Guidelines and the EAC HAVA Guidelines, and also participated as a member of the IEEE P1583 working group on Voting System Standards. As well, I have spoken at hearings and contributed wording and conceptual material that has been incorporated into numerous Federal and State legislation, as well as Secretary of State and Boards of Election advisories, pertaining to election equipment, especially during the last half-decade. In this memorandum, I have described numerous flaws in the current draft of the NY State VSS, where salient changes are necessary. Most of these flaws pertain to incorrect wording or misunderstood technical concepts that appear in the NY State draft VSS. I have listed my most serious advisories here in a Highlights section, pointing out areas where guidance is lacking or has been inappropriately applied, and have also included a Details section that notes further important corrections line by line. Highlights This set of NY State regulations appears to rely heavily on the Federal voting system|
|Educational Role||Student ♦ Teacher|
|Age Range||above 22 year|
|Education Level||UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study|
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