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SUMMARY: The Technical Guidelines Development Committee (the ‘‘Development Committee’’ was established to act in the public interest to assist the Executive Director of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) in the development of voluntary voting system guidelines. The Committee held their first plenary meeting on July 9, 2004. At this meeting, the Development Committee agreed to a resolution forming three working groups: (1) Human Factors & Privacy; (2) Security & Transparency; and (3) Core Requirements & Testing to gather and analyze information on relevant issues. These working subcommittees propose resolutions to the TGDC on best practices, specifications and standards. Specifically, NIST staff and Committee members will meet via the above scheduled teleconferences to review and discuss progress on tasks defined in resolutions passed at Development Committee plenary meetings. The resolutions define technical work tasks for NIST that will assist the Committee in developing recommendations for voluntary voting system guidelines. The Committee met in its eighth plenary session on March 22–23, 2007. Documents and transcriptions of Committee proceedings are available at: http://vote.nist.gov/ PublicHearingandMeetings.html. PURPOSE: At the direction of the Committee and with technical support from NIST staff, the three working subcommittees gather and analyze information relevant to requirement recommendations fro the next iteration of the voluntary voting system guidelines. The Human Factors and Privacy Subcommittee considers usability, accessibility, and privacy functions of voting systems and the environment of the polling place. The Secretary and Transparency Subcommittee considers the security of computers, computer networks and computer data storage used in voting systems. 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[Federal Register Volume 72, Number 147 (Wednesday, August 1, 2007)]
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ELECTION ASSISTANCE COMMISSION


Sunshine Act Meetings

Agency: United States Election Assistance Commission.

Action: Notice of Public Teleconference Meetings for the Working

[[Page 42068]]

Subcommittees of the Technical Guidelines Development Committee.

Dates & Times: Tuesday August 6, 2007 at 10:30 a.m. ET. Thursday, 
August 9, 2007, at 1 a.m. ET. Friday, August 10, 2007 at 11 a.m. ET. 
Tuesday August 14, 2007 at 10:30 a.m. ET.

Status: Audio recordings or working subcommittee teleconferences are 
available upon conclusion of each meeting at: http://vote.nist.gov/
subcomm_mtgs.htm. Agendas for each teleconference will be posted 
approximately one week in advance of each meeting at the above Web 
site.

Summary: The Technical Guidelines Development Committee (the 
``Development Committee'' was established to act in the public interest 
to assist the Executive Director of the U.S. Election Assistance 
Commission (EAC) in the development of voluntary voting system 
guidelines. The Committee held their first plenary meeting on July 9, 
2004. At this meeting, the Development Committee agreed to a resolution 
forming three working groups: (1) Human Factors & Privacy; (2) Security 
& Transparency; and (3) Core Requirements & Testing to gather and 
analyze information on relevant issues. These working subcommittees 
propose resolutions to the TGDC on best practices, specifications and 
standards. Specifically, NIST staff and Committee members will meet via 
the above scheduled teleconferences to review and discuss progress on 
tasks defined in resolutions passed at Development Committee plenary 
meetings. The resolutions define technical work tasks for NIST that 
will assist the Committee in developing recommendations for voluntary 
voting system guidelines. The Committee met in its eighth plenary 
session on March 22-23, 2007. Documents and transcriptions of Committee 
proceedings are available at: http://vote.nist.gov/
PublicHearingandMeetings.html.

Purpose: At the direction of the Committee and with technical support 
from NIST staff, the three working subcommittees gather and analyze 
information relevant to requirement recommendations fro the next 
iteration of the voluntary voting system guidelines. The Human Factors 
and Privacy Subcommittee considers usability, accessibility, and 
privacy functions of voting systems and the environment of the polling 
place. The Secretary and Transparency Subcommittee considers the 
security of computers, computer networks and computer data storage used 
in voting systems. The Core Requirements and Testing Subcommittee 
considers precise and testable specifications for voting systems. The 
Subcommittees' recommendations are then presented to the Development 
Committee as a whole at public plenary sessions.

Supplementary Information: The Technical Guidelines Development 
Committee (the ``Development Committee'') was established pursuant to 
42 U.S.C. 15361, to act in the public interest to assist the Executive 
Director of the Election Assistance Commission in the development of 
the voluntary voting system guidelines. The information gathered and 
analyzed by the working subcommittees during their teleconference 
meetings will be reviewed at future Development Committee plenary 
meetings.

Contact Information: Allan Eustis, 301-975-5099. If a member of the 
public would like to submit written comments concerning the Committee's 
affairs at any time before or after subcommittee teleconference 
meetings, written comments should be addressed to the contact person 
indicated above or to voting@nist.gov.

Thomas R. Wilkey,
Executive Director, U.S. Election Assistance Commission.
[FR Doc. 07-3760 Filed 7-27-07; 8:45 am]
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