Everyone Counts personnel participate in FVAP Workshop
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP), a division of the Department of Defense (DOD), held a workshop in San Francisco on August 6th and 7th, 2011 to discuss the unique challenges of serving overseas and military voters. The goal of this workshop was to provide a forum allowing all interested parties to discuss modern solutions that will provide these voters with a secure, private, and convenient method of voting.
The workshop, strategically timed to coincide with the USENIX Internet Voting Security Conference, drew academic researchers, industry experts, and other interested parties. Everyone Counts, represented by Elan Kaplan and Mike Joyce, actively participated in these discussions, sharing their extensive industry experience in providing electronic voting solutions to the international community, as well as to UOCAVA voters abroad.
Trusted by election officials worldwide, Everyone Counts uniquely combines election and technology expertise to deliver the most reliable, transparent and secure election solutions for all voters. Established in 1996 and headquartered in California with offices in the UK and Australia, our team of experts has delivered thousands of secure elections to voters in over 160 countries using the secure eLect® platform.