January-14-2011-Transcript-TGDC-Meeting.doc - 1 1 1 NIST 2 TGDC PLENARY MEETING 3 DAY TWO 4 5(START OF AUDIO CD 6 DR GALLAGHER Good morning everybody

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NIST TGDC PLENARY MEETING DAY TWO JANUARY 14, 2011 (START OF AUDIO CD) DR. GALLAGHER: Good morning, everybody. It’s always good to be able to reassemble the full committee back after an evening. Welcome back. If we can jump right into our agenda without further ado. Do you want to say something, Belinda? MS. COLLINS: Yes, can I just remind everybody when you’re speaking to identify yourself and also importantly speak into the mic because that way folks on the phone and folks on the web cast know who is speaking and what they’re saying. Thanks. DR. GALLAGHER: It will also help since this is being transcribed that we clear that up so that’s a valid reminder, and I know I forget on the button so please remind you’re neighbor, if you say that in the passion of debate we’re having we forgot to turn our buttons on or off. With that we’re going to again resume the discussion 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
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of the HAVA related activities and we start with some perspective from the EAC on the 2.0. Good morning, Matt MR. MASTERSON: Good morning. It’s always good to be first. So today we get to talk a little bit about VVSG 2.0 and I have very short slide presentation but I’m actually excited to talk about this stuff because I feel like it’s new and exciting. We don’t have to dwell on 1.1 or some of the UOCAVA stuff, we can actually talk about the future of voting systems and sort of where we’re headed. So that’s an exciting move forward. First of all, we’ll talk a little bit about what’s been done with 2.0 and some of this was all the way back to 2007, when the TGDC in August of 2007, submitted their draft version of what has been coined the next iteration of the voluntary voting system guidelines. After receiving the TGDC’s version, the EAC put it out for an extended comment period, 180 days. During the course of that 180 comment period we conducted seven roundtables, all of which are documented on our website with full transcripts and meeting notes and whatnot. The results of those roundtables as well as the 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
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public comments created two things for the EAC. One was, created the taskings that we’ll talk about in just a minute that you all received in December of 2009, and it also brought about the idea of VVSG 1.1. We realized that 2.0 was going to be a longer process. There were some major issues to deal with and there were issues in the certification program that needed to be dealt with more quickly so we kind of came up with this idea of revising the 2005 so we could take the time necessary in the VVSG 2.0. So VVSG 1.1 has an impact on the work on 2.0. Any of the comments submitted to VVSG 2.0 in those sections that were back ported into 1.1 have been resolved. So those sections that made the move into 1.1 already have the comments resolved for 2.0. So that was some work that we were kind of -- two for the price of one there by working on 1.1 and 2.0.
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