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Re: Precinct IDs for Colorado

where did this come from?

----- Original Message -----
From: "Frank Kaplan" <fkglobal@earthlink.net>
To: <rcr@dieboldes.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2001 11:39 AM
Subject: RE: Precinct IDs for Colorado

> 1st digit to be Congressional District
> 2nd and 3rd digits to be State Senate District (zero before #, if
> applicable)
> 4th and 5th digits to be State Rep District (again, zero, if applicable)
> 6th and 7th digits to be County Code numbers from SOS
> Last 3 digits to be precinct number (zeros, if applicable)
> Any precinct split could be after a period in pct number.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-rcr@dieboldes.com [mailto:owner-rcr@dieboldes.com]On Behalf Of Jeffrey
> W. Dean
> Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2001 11:21 AM
> To: 'rcr@dieboldes.com'
> Subject: Precinct IDs for Colorado
> The State of Colorado has amended their statues to require 10 digit
> identifiers.  This will cause an overflow of the current long integer data
> type associated with PrecinctID and probably some report formatting
> implications.  It must be ready before July 1, 2002.  The Colorado
> use AVOS, AVTS and GEMS. Any FEC certification issues should be researched
> by Larry Dix, e.g. is incremental by notice OK as opposed to functional
> retest?  In addition to the development effort, sales should review
> software maintenance agreeements with the Colorado customers and in the
> absence of such, establish a price for this change (upgrade).  The
> development group has been faxed an explanation sheet for this new
> requirement.
> Jeff Dean