EAC votes to terminate CIBER's application for interim accreditation

This just out from the EAC:

The U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) has voted to terminate CIBER Incorporated’s application for interim accreditation as a voting system test laboratory. The interim accreditation process was terminated due to CIBER’s failure to noti@ EAC of key staff changes, a requirement under EAC’s interim program. Correspondence regarding this issue as well and CIBER assessment reports are available at www.eac.gov.

“CIBER is no longer under consideration for interim accreditation,” said EAC Chair Donetta Davidson. “Just like our partners at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, we were asking for a lot of information from
these labs. And we should …”

Further information on this is available from the EAC’s press release on this decision, including copies of the correspondence between CIBER and the EAC. Fascinating reading for election geeks!