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!
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.
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.
Overall Event Description
Agenda Chart - Conference Plan
Agenda and Breakout Session Descriptions
Summit 2010 Sponsorship Opportunities
Media Advisory and Invitation - Internet Voting Debate
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Summit 2010 SUPPORTING SPONSORS
BIPAC is the American business community’s preeminent source of information about candidates, issues and elections. BIPAC’s Prosperity Project assists millions of private-sector employees around the world in learning about elections and empowering them to be well informed voters and constituents.
The Open Source Digital Voting (OSDV) Foundation is a non-profit public benefits corporation led by a group of social entrepreneurs dedicated to sustaining technology development efforts, through the TrustTheVote Project, to create freely available, open source U.S. digital voting technology.
Founded in 1993, Red Hat is the leader in enterprise Linux and is the most recognized open source brand in the world. Red Hat serves global enterprises with technology and services made possible by the open source model.
Summit 2010 CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS
Scytl Secure Electronic Voting (Scytl) is a worldwide leader in the electoral modernization industry. Its solutions incorporate unique security features - derived from over 15 years of pioneering R&D.
Bear Code, LLC is a web application development shop working in both Java and PHP. Bear Code is the primary developer for Overseas Vote Foundation.
PPG Industries is a leader in its markets; is a streamlined, efficient manufacturer; and operates on the leading edge of new technologies and solutions.
Democracy Live offers a one-stop suite of voter information tools available to elections administrators around the country.