OASIS Election and Voter Services TC
Enabling the exchange of data for public and private election services
Completed:The Technical Committee was closed by OASIS TC Administration on 06 July 2015 and is no longer active. Archives of its work remain publicly accessible and are linked from this page. OASIS appreciates the efforts of all those who participated in this TC.
Table of Contents
- TC Liaisons
- Technical Work Produced by the Committee
- Expository Work Produced by the Committee
- External Resources
- Mailing Lists and Comments
TC Approves new version of EML - the E&VS Technical Committee has approved a new version, v7.0, of EML as a Committee Specification. Click here to access the files that constitute this new version.
Top Reasons for using EML:The TC has produced a document setting out the Top Reasons for using EML. Click here for further details.
EML Wiki Implementation advice and guidance is available on our Wiki website. The site can also be used to pose new questions to the TC. Click here for further details.
The Election and Voter Services Technical Committee's objective is to standardize election and voter services information using XML. The committee is focused on delivering a reliable, accurate and trusted XML specification (Election Markup Language (EML)) for the structured interchange of data among hardware, software and service vendors who provide election systems and services. EML is the first XML specification of its kind. When implemented, it can provide a uniform, secure and verifiable way to allow e-voting systems to interact as new global election processes evolve and are adopted.
No subcommittees have been formed for this TC.
No TC Liaisons have been announced for this TC.
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