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  • Electronic Voting Support Wizard2010

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    Overview of DCO (Webinar Software)Welcome by FVAP Director, Bob CareyReview of Voting Support Wizard effortReview of State Requirements for ParticipationQuestions and AnswersAgenda*

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    DCO

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    DCO

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    DCOClick on My Status (drop down arrow) to ask a question or ask the speaker to talk louder

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    DCOUse the chat window to ask a qestion. Note: everyone will be able to see your question and the answer.

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    DCONote pad provides a convenient place for quick notes.

  • Questions?

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    Leverage TechnologyGoalsImprove ballot delivery and return timesReduce voter error; easy voter useTailor ballot systems to State requirementsAll available through FVAP.gov

    ToolsOnline FPCAOnline FWABOnline markable full ballot (Topic of this webinar)Electronic Absentee Voting Demonstration & Pilot Programs*}All use hard-copy print-out, wet signature, postal return

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    Online FPCA and FWAB*Also a Federal Candidate online FWABAuto Ballot population with federal candidates by voting residenceOnline ballot marking, hard-copy wet signature, postal return

    Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) Wizard

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    Ballot Delivery and Marking WizardFVAP Supported = federal funding

    Vendor Provided = Existing technology deployment, multiple available vendors

    State Decided = State say in vendor and ballot; MOVE Act compliantVR/EMS Integration requirementsCommon Data Format support

    Voter Adopted = seamless, intuitive, and transparent process

    RFQ Issued 16 March 2010*

  • List of Qualified VendorsFVAP and the DoD Business Transformation Agency (BTA) have competitively selected qualified vendorsAquilent Credence Management SolutionsEveryone Counts Scytl Konnech Vexcel States will submit their requirements to FVAP/BTA

    Each States requirements will be individually competed amongst the qualified vendors*

  • Business Transformation AgencyPerformance monitoringFVAP and BTA will actively monitor vendor performance with support from the State Contract supportBTA will provide all contract supportContract Process RepresentativesContract Officer: Janet CarlsonContracting Officer Representative: Pam ForbesContracting Officer Technical Representative: Susan Leader

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  • Checklist for StatesStates must submit technical requirements by May 7th, 2010Late submissions will be considered on an as available basisRequirements checklist in State Requirements WorkbookFVAP available to answer questions Requirements will be converted into Request for BidsVendors in Blanket Purchase Orders will submit bidsBTA/FVAP will hold source selection for best valueStates will be invited to participate as expert advisors (at FVAP expense)

    Work will commence upon contract awardVendors will work directly with the StatesFVAP will monitor*

  • Requirements TemplateWhat to doWhat not to do*

  • Whats includedCustomization and operation of a system capable of delivering an absentee ballot electronicallyPrecinct-specificWeb-basedSupports Online Marking or Printing of Blank BallotBallot return per State requirements (e-mail, online, fax, print/mail)

    Help Desk (Tier 2)FVAP Call Center will provide Tier 1 (entry) support for UOCAVA votersVendors will provide system-specific troubleshooting

    No cost to State for Baseline Functionality - States may add additional features at own cost*

  • What You Must DoStates should opt-in by April 30, 2010Simple notificationCan back out

    States submission deadline May 7, 2010Use State Requirements Worksheet to assistIncludes procedural as well as technical requirements

    Participate in vendor selection process

    Provide all necessary data to vendor

    Provide feedback to FVAP on vendor performance

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  • Examples of State RequirementsSpecific ballot format / appearance

    Witness or Oath requirement

    Marking requirementsX vs Ability to undervote or overvote

    Order of CandidatesFixedRotational

    Cover sheet required

    Identifying InformationDrivers License or SSNDate of Birth*

  • ScheduleRFI completed: January 2010 IRB approved : March 5, 2010RFQ released: March 2010Blanket Purchase Agreement: April 2010State requirements: April/May 2010TO Award +15 days: Vendor sends instructions to States+30 days: vendor ready for user acceptance testing+60 days: vendor must complete user acceptance testingFully Operational: September 18, 2010*

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