NRC report "Asking the Right Questions About Electronic Voting" published

I just received my copy of the National Research Council’s “Asking the Right Questions About Electronic Voting”, which was recently published by the National Academies Press. This represents the final publication of the NRC’s Committee on a Framework for Understanding Electronic Voting, a committee chaired by former governors Dick Thornburgh and Richard Celeste, and directed by Herbert Lin.

While this publication concludes the initial stage of the work of this committee (which I was on), there is now some planning going on for future work by the committee, including a planning meeting of some sort to be held in May. More details on that meeting when I have them.