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US Federal Spending Bill Includes $380 Million for Securing Election Systems
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REISEN1955
REISEN1955,
User Rank: Ninja
3/27/2018 | 7:48:08 AM
Re: Spending bill to improve our voting systems
Always have faith in the ability of states to receive revenue and find OTHER useful pockets to put it in.  Having tech is great ---- having IT staffers who know how it works (and not in Bangalore) is better. 
cyclepro
cyclepro,
User Rank: Strategist
3/23/2018 | 9:30:53 AM
Spending bill to improve our voting systems
It is great that Congress is acting on this. However I wonder if it will be in time for the mid-term elections. If not then what can we do to secure the systems in time for those elections?

 

Anyway.. It is a good move and about time!

Maybe both political parties can take heed from this and protect their servers better as well.

 


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