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  1. E2E Voting Systems-A State Perspective-NC

    https://csrc.nist.gov/CSRC/media/Events/End-to-End-Voting-System-Workshop/documents/papers/BERGERWhite_Paper_E2E.pdf
    End-to-End Voting Systems A State Perspective Presented for State of North Carolina By Stephen Berger Introduction This presentation offers the perspective of a state election official on end-to-end (E2E) voting systems. To evaluate any proposed improvement to the election system it is important to properly frame the issue, identifying the criteria by which it is to be evaluated. Any proposal must be evaluated for both its positive attributes but also its own vulnerabilities and limitations. Nothing is perfect and with every improvement there are associated security risks and potential problems. It is important to have a balanced evaluation. Further, elections are resource limited, resources applied to one area are generally withdrawn from another. It is therefore important to understand both sides of the equation, the positive contribution made by the improvement and the degradation that will occur as a result of decreased resources. With any change there are transition issues and some degree, perhaps a large degree, of disruption. A proposed innovation may offer good improvement after it is established but transition issues may be...
  2. https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2020/10/05/wmconnections-vol10-issue3-oct2020.pdf

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2020/10/05/wmconnections-vol10-issue3-oct2020.pdf
    WEIGHTS & MEASURES CONNECTION October 2020 Office of Weights and Measures General Inquiries: Barbara D. Cohn barbara.cohn@nist.gov (301) 975-4004 Training and Website: Yvonne A. Branden yvonne.branden@nist.gov (301) 975-3272 Publication Inquiries: Lisa Warfield lisa.warfield@nist.gov (301) 975-3308 Newsletter Inquiries: Douglas A. Olson douglas.olson@nist.gov Inside This Issue Making Sense of the “Min” Marking on Class I and Class II Scales ..................... 1 Final Notice of Deprecation of US Survey Foot Issued ............................................ 6 Best Practices on Reviewing QMS Docu- ments ..................................................... 7 OWM Joins NCWM Cannabis Task Group and ASTM D37 Providing Tech- nical Assista...
  3. Weights and Measures Connection - October 2020

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2020/10/07/owmconnections-vol10-issue3-2020oct.pdf
    WEIGHTS & MEASURES CONNECTION October 2020 Office of Weights and Measures General Inquiries: Barbara D. Cohn barbara.cohn@nist.gov (301) 975-4004 Training and Website: Yvonne A. Branden yvonne.branden@nist.gov (301) 975-3272 Publication Inquiries: Lisa Warfield lisa.warfield@nist.gov (301) 975-3308 Newsletter Inquiries: Douglas A. Olson douglas.olson@nist.gov Inside This Issue Making Sense of the “Min” Marking on Class I and Class II Scales ..................... 1 Final Notice of Deprecation of US Survey Foot Issued ............................................ 6 Best Practices on Reviewing QMS Docu- ments ..................................................... 7 OWM Joins NCWM Cannabis Task Group and ASTM D37 Providing Tech- nical Assista...
  4. sample4GCOJEFF.ais

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/itl/vote/CO-JEFFERSON-COUNTY3-ES-S.pdf
    S A M P L E OFFICIAL GENERAL ELECTION SAMPLE BALLOT STATE OF COLORADO JEFFERSON COUNTY GENERAL ELECTION November 2, 2004 To vote, BLACKEN ( ) the oval to the left of any candidate. Do not vote for more than the authorized number of candidates. Please use a Black or Blue pen to mark your ballot. Ballot Style: 41 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS (Vote for One Pair) George W. Bush Dick Cheney Republican John F. Kerry John Edwards Democratic Michael Badnarik Richard V. Campagna Libertarian David Cobb Patricia LaMarche Green Ralph Nader Peter Miguel Camejo Colorado Reform Michael Anthony Peroutka Chuck Baldwin American Constitution Gene Amondson Leroy Pletten Concerns of People Stanford E. Andress (Andy) Irene M. Deasy Unaffiliated Walter F. Brown Mary Cal Hollis Socialist Earl F. Dodge Howard L. Lydick Prohibition James E. Harris Margaret Trowe Socialist Workers Bill Van Auken Jim Lawrence Socialist Equality Write-in UNITED STATES SENATOR (Vote for One) Pete Coors Republican Ken Salazar Democratic Victor Good Colorado Reform Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell American Constitution Richard Randall Libertarian John R. Harris Independent Finn Gotaas Unaffiliat...
  5. sample4GCOJEFF.ais

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/itl/vote/CO-JEFFERSON-COUNTY2-ES-S.pdf
    S A M P L E OFFICIAL GENERAL ELECTION SAMPLE BALLOT STATE OF COLORADO JEFFERSON COUNTY GENERAL ELECTION November 2, 2004 To vote, BLACKEN ( ) the oval to the left of any candidate. Do not vote for more than the authorized number of candidates. Please use a Black or Blue pen to mark your ballot. Ballot Style: 21 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS (Vote for One Pair) George W. Bush Dick Cheney Republican John F. Kerry John Edwards Democratic Michael Badnarik Richard V. Campagna Libertarian David Cobb Patricia LaMarche Green Ralph Nader Peter Miguel Camejo Colorado Reform Michael Anthony Peroutka Chuck Baldwin American Constitution Gene Amondson Leroy Pletten Concerns of People Stanford E. Andress (Andy) Irene M. Deasy Unaffiliated Walter F. Brown Mary Cal Hollis Socialist Earl F. Dodge Howard L. Lydick Prohibition James E. Harris Margaret Trowe Socialist Workers Bill Van Auken Jim Lawrence Socialist Equality Write-in UNITED STATES SENATOR (Vote for One) Pete Coors Republican Ken Salazar Democratic Victor Good Colorado Reform Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell American Constitution Richard Randall Libertarian John R. Harris Independent Finn Gotaas Unaffiliat...
  6. sample4GCOJEFF.ais

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/itl/vote/CO-JEFFERSON-COUNTY1-ES-S.pdf
    S A M P L E OFFICIAL GENERAL ELECTION SAMPLE BALLOT STATE OF COLORADO JEFFERSON COUNTY GENERAL ELECTION November 2, 2004 To vote, BLACKEN ( ) the oval to the left of any candidate. Do not vote for more than the authorized number of candidates. Please use a Black or Blue pen to mark your ballot. Ballot Style: 1 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS (Vote for One Pair) George W. Bush Dick Cheney Republican John F. Kerry John Edwards Democratic Michael Badnarik Richard V. Campagna Libertarian David Cobb Patricia LaMarche Green Ralph Nader Peter Miguel Camejo Colorado Reform Michael Anthony Peroutka Chuck Baldwin American Constitution Gene Amondson Leroy Pletten Concerns of People Stanford E. Andress (Andy) Irene M. Deasy Unaffiliated Walter F. Brown Mary Cal Hollis Socialist Earl F. Dodge Howard L. Lydick Prohibition James E. Harris Margaret Trowe Socialist Workers Bill Van Auken Jim Lawrence Socialist Equality Write-in UNITED STATES SENATOR (Vote for One) Pete Coors Republican Ken Salazar Democratic Victor Good Colorado Reform Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell American Constitution Richard Randall Libertarian John R. Harris Independent Finn Gotaas Unaffiliate...
  7. ISPAB Meeting Minutes for June 7-9, 2005 Meeting

    https://csrc.nist.gov/CSRC/media/Events/ISPAB-JUNE-2005-MEETING/documents/ISPAB-Minutes-June2005.pdf
    INFORMATION SECURITY AND PRIVACY ADVISORY BOARD SUMMARY OF MEETING DoubleTree Hotel and Executive Meeting Center 1750 Rockville Pike Rockville, MD June 7-9, 2005 Tuesday, June 7, 2005 Board Chairman, Franklin Reeder convened the Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board Meeting (ISPAB) for its second meeting of the year at 8:40 a.m. Other members present during the meeting were: Bruce Brody [6/8 only] Daniel Chenok Morris Hymes Susan Landau Rebecca Leng Steve Lipner [via telecon 6/8 only] Sallie McDonald Lynn McNulty Alexander Popowycz Leslie Reis John Sabo Howard Schmidt The meeting was held in open public session. There were ten members of the public in attendance during the meeting. Role of the Chief Privacy Officer The Board conducted a two-part panel session on the role of Chief Privacy Officers (CPO) in order to gain information on the pros and cons of CPO models that currently exist both within the private sector and the federal government. Panelists that participated in the private sector session were: Harriett Pearson, Chief Privacy Officer, IBM Corporation; Douglas Miller, Executive Director, Inte...
  8. Draft NISTIR 8138, Vulnerability Description Ontology (VDO)

    https://csrc.nist.gov/CSRC/media/Publications/nistir/8138/draft/documents/nistir_8138_draft.pdf
    Draft NISTIR 8138 1 Vulnerability Description Ontology 2 (VDO) 3 A Framework for Characterizing Vulnerabilities 4 5 Harold Booth 6 Christopher Turner 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Draft NISTIR 8138 15 16 Vulnerability Description Ontology 17 (VDO) 18 A Framework for Characterizing Vulnerabilities 19 20 Harold Booth 21 Computer Security Division 22 Information Technology Laboratory 23 24 Christopher Turner 25 Booz Allen Hamilton 26 McLean, VA 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 September 2016 36 37 38 39 40 41 U.S. Department of Commerce 42 Penny Pritzker, Secretary 43 44 National Institute of Standards and Technology 45 Willie May, Under Secretary of Commerce for Standards and Technology and Director 46 National Institute of Standards and Technology Internal Report 8138 47 45 pages (September 2016) 48 49 Certain commercial entities, equipment, or materials may be identified in this document in order to describe an 50 experimental procedure or concept adequately. Such identification is not intended to imply recommendation or 51 endorsement by NIST, nor is it intended to imply that the entities, materials, or equipme...
  9. https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2016/09/28/dse_pilot_evaluation_plan_v1_8.pdf

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2016/09/28/dse_pilot_evaluation_plan_v1_8.pdf
    NIST IAD DSE Pilot Evaluation Plan Version 1.8, Updated on September 21, 2016 1 Introduction This document describes the plan for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) In- formation Access Division (IAD) Data Science Evaluation (DSE) Series Pilot Evaluation to be held in fall 2016. This pilot evaluation is a continuation and extension of the Data Science Pre-Pilot Evalua- tion that was run in 2015, and precedes the first full evaluation of the DSE series. The primary goals of the pilot are to: I further develop and exercise the evaluation process at NIST in the context of Data Science, I provide participants the opportunity to exercise the evaluation process prior to participating in larger-scale evaluation, I serve as an archetype for the development of future evaluation tasks, datasets, and metrics, I establish baseline performance measurements, I bring to the fore new measurement methods and techniques that might be applied to a broad range of use cases, regardless of data type and structure. The pilot evaluation is set in the automotive traffic domain. This is because the domain is relevant to a broad audience and because large amounts of data are pub...
  10. Privileged Account Management for the Financial Services Sector

    https://www.nccoe.nist.gov/sites/default/files/library/sp1800/fs-pam-nist-sp1800-18a-draft.pdf
    NIST SPECIAL PUBLICATION 1800-18A Privileged Account Management for the Financial Services Sector Volume A: Executive Summary Karen Waltermire National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence Information Technology Laboratory Tom Conroy Marisa Harriston Chinedum Irrechukwu Navaneeth Krishnan James Memole-Doodson Benjamin Nkrumah Harry Perper Susan Prince Devin Wynne The MITRE Corporation McLean, VA September 2018 DRAFT This publication is available free of charge from: https://www.nccoe.nist.gov/projects/use-cases/privileged-account-management DRAFT NIST SP 1800-18A: Privileged Account Management for the Financial Services Sector 1 Executive Summary 1 ▪ Privileged accounts are used to access and manage an organization’s information assets and 2 systems. Often described as the “keys to the kingdom,” these accounts are used by trusted 3 users who perform tasks that ordinary users are not authorized to perform. 4 ▪ Controlling these accounts is challenging, as the very nature of the functions that they perform 5 requires broad access and authority. Additionally, this broad access makes privileged...
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