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Per federal and Congressional mandate, FVAP provides reports on effectiveness, activities, and various research initiatives. Depending on the election year, reporting requirements may be combined into a larger, more comprehensive report.
FVAP annual reports fulfill the requirement for a report following a Presidential election under section 1973ff(b)(6) of title 42 of the United States Code and its annual reporting requirement under section 1973ff-4a(b). Below are the reports, by submission year. These reports provide insight on FVAP activities, survey results, as well as registration and partication rate for Uniformed Service voters.
2012 Post-Election Survey Report to Congress (Twentieth Report)
2010 Post-Election Survey Report to Congress (Nineteenth Report)
2008 Post-Election Survey Report to Congress (Eighteenth Report)
2004 Post-Election Survey Report to Congress (Seventeenth Report)
2000 Post-Election Survey Report to Congress (Sixteenth Report)
1996 Post-Election Survey Report to Congress (Fifteenth Report)
You can find the above reports' surveys and data in the Surveys section.
FVAP is required to provide annual assessments of its activities. These assessments are included in Post-Election Reports to Congress in years with a regularly scheduled federal election. The assessment of years with no regularly scheduled election is provided in this section but, includes information on special general elections. Information from these elections helps assess military and overseas voter participation and cooperation between States and FVAP to carry out the requirements of UOCAVA.
2011 Annual Report on the Effectiveness of Activities and Utilization of Certain Procedures
2009 Annual Report on the Effectiveness of Activities and Utilization of
This report contains a review and analysis of the effort to demonstrate the
electronic delivery of full ballots, inclusive of federal, State and local
contests, for military Service members during the 2010 General Election. FVAP
found making blank ballots available online 45 days prior to the General
Election, as required by federal law, significantly reduced the challenges of
delivering ballots to military and overseas voters through the postal system.
When combined with express mail return of voted ballots, electronic blank
ballot delivery can significantly improve military and overseas voter success
2010 Electronic Voting Support Wizard (EVSW) Technology Pilot Program Report
The Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment (MOVE) Act Program Report provides information obtained from an assessment of the effectiveness of the Department’s Voting Assistance Officer Program, a description of the specific steps taken towards the implementation of Installation Voter Assistance (IVA) Offices and a status of the programs established for the collection and delivery of marked absentee ballots in response to new legislative requirements.
2010 Report on the Status and Implementation of Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act Programs
If you have any questions or would like to view a past report please contact us at 1-800-438-8683 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated: 07.01.2013