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Open Data

Use SAFECOM Lessons Learned to enhance Emergency COMs-Response

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Given the current demands for technological innovation, interoperability, and communications capacity building, DHS-OEC needs to develop a specific lessons learned database for SAFECOM.
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Once SAFECOM lessons learned are consolidated and accessible, we need to then leverage lessons learned from SAFECOM, National Council of Statewide Interoperability Coordinators (NCSWIC), PSAC, NPSTC, and elsewhere to... more »

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Election Security

Easy Road to Election Fraud

There must be a database set up so each person can only caste one ballot. There is nothing that prevents a person from using his address to caste a ballot in his/her precinct and using his friend's address to cast a ballot in another precinct. Example: I live in Auburn, Washington. I use my Auburn address to register to vote in Auburn. I caste a ballot in the Auburn precinct. I have a friend in Kent, Washington. I register... more »

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Election Security

Secure Mail in Ballot System

To improve upon the security of the mail-in ballot involves the creation of several secure database repositories and the verification infrastructure to valid/count votes quickly.

1. Upon any death in any state, the identity of the deceased must be logged into a secure statewide database that feeds a secure federal database.

2. Each voter must have scanned into a statewide database a signature. This signature will feed... more »

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