Thank you to all participants in Summit 2010!

Summit session videos are available for public viewing on the Overseas Vote Foundation You Tube channel. Thank you for your participation in a monumental event!

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Overseas Vote Foundation hosted the 
Fourth Annual UOCAVA Summit
 in Munich, Germany.

UOCAVA = Uniformed and Overseas Citizen Absentee Voting Act
(In other words, "overseas and military voting")

Summit at a Glance

Welcome Reception: Evening of Wed. March 17th
 - special guest speaker: Munich Consul General, Conrad Tribble (not-so-secret tech-buff!) Reception location: Ratskeller Alte Kueferei in the Munich Neues Rathaus.

Summit Conference Day 1: Thu. March 18th - featuring panels on the new Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act and a Plenary including 5 esteemed Secretaries of State. Conference location: Kempinski Vierjahreszeiten in the heart of Munich.

Gala Dinner: Thu. March 18th - with special guest speaker: Media personality and software innovator: Richard Gutjahr. Reception location: Ratskeller Arche Noah in the Munich Neues Rathaus.

Summit Conference Day 2: March 19th - featured the much anticipated Internet Voting Debate with special introduction by Professor Andrew Appel, Princeton University. Conference location: Kempinski Vierjahreszeiten in the heart of Munich.

Important Links

Overall Event Description
Speaker List
Agenda Chart - Conference Plan
Agenda and Breakout Session Descriptions
Summit 2010 Sponsorship Opportunities
Media Advisory and Invitation - Internet Voting Debate

Registration Rates

  • Full Conference Delegate - $315
  • Overseas Voter - $225
  • Single Conference Day with Evening Event - $150
  • Single Conference Day Tripper - $99
  • Student - $75
  • Special Group Rates are available - please contact

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