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March 15-16, 2018
Pasadena, CA
 

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Committee on The Future of Voting: Accessible, Reliable, Verifiable Technology
Third Meeting

The third meeting of the Committee on the Future of Voting: Accessible, Reliable, Verifiable, Technology will take place on October 18-19, 2017 at the National Academy of Sciences Building, 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20418. On October 18, between 9 a.m. and 12 noon, you may also join the meeting via webcast below. 





The committee, under the leadership of Lee C. Bollinger (Columbia University) and Michael A. McRobbie (Indiana University), is conducting a study that will: (1) document the current state of play in terms of technology, standards, and resources for voting technologies; (2) examine challenges arising out of the 2016 federal election; (3) evaluate advances in technology currently (and soon to be) available that may improve voting; and (4) offer recommendations that provide a vision of voting that is easier, accessible, reliable, and verifiable.  The committee will issue a report at the conclusion of the study.



The complete committee roster and additional project information may be found here.

To receive updates about the work of the committee, please email us at voting@nas.edu.

This project is a joint activity of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine's Committee on Science, Technology, and Law and Computer Science and Telecommunications Board. Funding for the project has been provided by the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.