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FVAP works to ensure Uniformed Services personnel and overseas citizen voters know how to vote absentee, and have the tools and resources necessary to do so – from anywhere in the world. To do this, FVAP performs research beyond Reports to Congress to identify and address barriers to voting and test the feasibility of technology solutions.
As part of a broad initiative to evaluate potential systems for remote voting electronic pilot projects, FVAP coordinated with the Office of Wounded Warrior Care and Transition Policy, and the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) to address the voting-related needs of Wounded Warriors by assessing the usability, accessibility, and privacy of electronic voting systems.
This report includes an evaluation of Wounded Warrior needs for electronic voting systems, recommendations to improve systems, and recommendations to enhance the usability and accessibility portions of the EAC’s UOCAVA Pilot Program testing requirements.
In the execution of Operation VOTE, additional reports referenced as Combat-Related Disabilities and Voting Challenges and Procedures Guide for Wounded Warrior Voting Assistance were established to address the needs of Wounded Warriors during the voting process.
2011 Report on Operation VOTE
Five State Chief Election Officers traveled to Southwest Asia in the run up to the November General Election to observe election preparedness and witness firsthand the unique challenges faced by military personnel and overseas citizens; FVAP hosted a similar trip in 2008.
2012 Secretaries of State Middle East Trip Report
2008 Secretaries of State Middle East Trip Report
As required by the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2007, Public Law 109-234, this report discusses plans by FVAP for expanding the use of electronic voting technologies for citizens covered by UOCAVA for the 2008 Presidential election and the 2010 General Election. Included is a summary of previous and ongoing electronic voter assistance projects undertaken by FVAP, electronic voting projects undertaken independently by the States and territories, and electronic voting projects developed in other countries.
2007 Report on Expanding the Use of Electronic Voting Technology for UOCAVA Citizens
FVAP and a group of State and local election officials conducted a small-scale pilot project to examine the feasibility of using the Internet for remote registration and voting for UOCAVA citizens. This report presents the assessment results of the Voting Over the Internet (VOI) Pilot Project.
2001 Report on Voting Over the Internet (VOI)
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Last updated: 06.14.2013