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Subject: Re: [election-services] End to End election processing with EML V6.0

Note that end-to-end (E2E) is used in voting systems often to mean
"cryptographic" (although obviously not all use cryptography) voting
systems... there is another NIST workshop scheduled for that topic out
of NIST's Computer Security Division:

(I've scraped the "Events" part of NIST's vote.nist.gov page into a
feed here: http://feed43.com/vote-nist.xml )

best, Joe

On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 1:11 PM, David RR Webber (XML)<david@drrw.info> wrote:
> I would suggest that in response to NIST overall - the notion that EML
> supports end-to-end election management and processing is critical.  E2E has
> become (as in many other sectors of our industry) the benchmark.
> Previously our material really has failed to make the compelling case - not
> because EML cannot do this - the reverse - I'd argue EML's great strength
> has always been an E2E perspective.  However we never made this story clear
> from the business context.  As engineers - focus has been on capability
> details - what each instrument does - rather than what the orchestra does.
> However - now we have the EML brochure - we can obviously point to that as
> well - for people to see the big picture.
> Plus - we need to start selling how much easier V6 is to build US solutions
> - and the capabilities there for integrates.
> Thanks, DW
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Joseph Lorenzo Hall
ACCURATE Postdoctoral Research Associate
UC Berkeley School of Information
Princeton Center for Information Technology Policy

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