Congress Lights Fire Under Vote Systems Agency
Internetnews.com's article, "Congress Lights Fire Under Vote Systems Agency," discusses background the NIST's certification of two companies that test electronic voting computers. The article also discusses possible efforts in the Senate and Congress to hold hearings on the electronic voting issues, including a possible subpoena of the source code used in the Florida election.
The Chronicle of Higher Education's article, "Georgia's Unusual 'Electoral College'," (subscription required, ACM TechNews Summary) describes efforts in Georgia by an electronic voting center at Kennesaw State University. TechNews says, "It is the center's perception that the election process' workings should not be disclosed, while many computer and political scientists argue that a transparent election process will help ensure reliability."