At least until this bit . . .
However, Ian Piper, representing the Election Technology Council of the Information Technology Association of America, expressed concern that such posting might reveal trade secrets.
He also said that the commission needs to work to reduce the required frequency of the tests, and requirements for duplicate tests.
He called for uniform test standards throughout the United States. Piper is also director of compliance for Diebold Election Systems.
Who'd a'thunk he'd have a problem with objective standards being required for these groundbreaking new machines?
Happy Voting Season everyone! I've yet to discoverer whether my precinct will be using paper or silicon. Either way, I'm just gonna assume the best unless I discover otherwise.