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InfoSENTRY's white paper on the future of Internet and online voting
InfoSENTRY's white paper on "The Slow Path to New Voting Technology"
InfoSENTRY conducts a backup/recovery test on its own computer system . Read a brief description of how we did it and what the results were!
Kansas Legislature Document Management System Technical Papers
Election Commission Publication on statewide voter registration
Election TidBytes Newsletter -- InfoSENTRY's quarterly election technology newsletter
News Releases and Newsletters
InfoSENTRY is involved in a number of projects for public and private sector clients. Periodically, those projects issue reports, technical papers, and monographs. Select one of the items at the left to review these documents or find out how they can be ordered.
InfoSENTRY publishes Election TidBytes, a quarterly newsletter of information technology notes for state and local election officials. Choose the appropriate "Election TidBytes" item at the left to read the online version of the newsletter.
IINFOSENTRY WHITE PAPERS and NEWS RELEASES
"Dark Corner to DOT.COM:
The Road Ahead for Online Voting." (July 15, 2000) White paper
written by M. Glenn Newkirk, an InfoSENTRY Services principal.
Check out this entertaining and informative overview of the impact of the explosive growth of Internet on the likelihood of online voting in the coming years. Just click on the document title above.
InfoSENTRY in the news
InfoSENTRY Services' President Glenn Newkirk was quoted in various national magazines concerning statewide voter registration systems and the changes coming in voting technology. Among the articles citing Glenn Newkirk and InfoSENTRY's work were the National Journal and The League of Women Voter's "E-Library National Voter" website.
InfoSENTRY Services conducted a project status assessment in 2001 of a $30 million implementation of a statewide ERP system for the Arkansas General Assembly. The firm made numerous presentations to the Senate Committee on Technology and Legislative Affairs and the General Assembly's Joint Budget Committee.
InfoSENTRY Services conducted a statewide needs assessment and requirements analysis for an Oregon Central Voter Registry in 1998 and 1999. Check out news releases concerning this project. They are in HTML format.
Document Management System Technical Papers.
InfoSENTRY Services managed a project for the Kansas Legislature to define the requirements for and implement a document management system unique to legislative assemblies in the United States. These are some of the technical reports issued and published on the Internet.
Kansas Legislature Document Management System Project Management Plan. (Version 1.0, January, 2000).
Kansas Legislature Document Management System Implementation Plan. (Version 1.0, May 24, 2000) You will need Adobe Reader 4.0 or higher to view this document..
You can download the current version of the project's Software Requirements Specifications at our FTP site: ftp.infosentry.com/pub/SoftwareRequirements.pdf . You can download the current version of the project's implentation plan at our FTP site: ftp.infosentry.com/pub/Implementation.pdf . As the file extension indicates, this document is a .PDF file that requires Acrobat Reader (4.0) to view it.
An InfoSENTRY principal co-authored an FEC study of statewide voter registration systems. To obtain a copy of the final report, "Developing a Statewide Voter Registration Database: Procedures, Alternatives, and General Models," contact the FEC through their website at http://www.fec.gov/ .
Issue 1, April 2000:
Online voter registration, Online voting, Harvard's Policy Group Report on
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