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Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2001 2:53
Subject: RE: Alameda (Oakland election
not sure who is the project manager for Alameda, but I do know that Sofia is
the project manager for LA. Sofia please give your input. I am in
agreement with Ian, we should keep all Ballot Station Sofware the same across
all the units. When I was out in Oakland, the units that I did work on
had version 22.214.171.124, I am assuming that all are that way, I am not sure
what LA has. Do we want to keep those units with this version, as well
as, send out the new units with this version; or do we want to send out the
new units with the latest version and then upgrade the units in the
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Ian S.
Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2001 1:26 PM
Subject: RE: Alameda (Oakland election April
The equipment hadn't shipped yet. The new
Blue and White units are still in production. No Ballot Station
software has been loaded onto the Master Hard Drive. (It changes too
fast to keep up with it). If you want 126.96.36.199 loaded, please have the
project manager(s) confirm this via email.
suggestion is that you try to maintain the same version of Ballot Station
Software across all the units.
Has this equipment been shipped yet??? The
reason I ask, I was wondering if we should put on the same AVTS version
that we currently have in Oakland & LA, which is 188.8.131.52. Since
we will be using a combination of the new units along with the units that
they already have, and also using units from Oakland as backup for
I just faxed the work order for the Oakland election
50 AVTS units (I guess the blue and white - no modems
30 Spyrus cards (I will need 10 shipped ASAP for the
250 Smart cards (that work with the Spyrus - I'll need
50 of the Smartcards by Feb.12 for Piedmont)
these will need
the Alameda Logo - Perhaps you can add some Identifier on the logo to
these cards from
the other 250 cards.
I attached a spread sheet to show the amount we are
billing for the Oakland election $196,700 with 50% to be billed on
delivery and 50% billed on certification of the April 17 election.
By then we'll know about the next 900 units for the UDEL in
November. Please keep me informed about smart cards and spyrus
issues as Jeff Hintz will be heading to Alameda on Jan. 23 for Logic and
Accuracy testing and will, I'm sure, be asked about how they are
creating cards in the precincts.
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