2010 Voting Technology and Accessibility Research--Military Heroes Initiative

The U. S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) announces the availability of up to approximately $500,000 in funds for a two-year grant focused on research to improve voting technology and processes for recently injured military personnel.

Funds will support research to better understand the


needs of injured military personnel in major hospital, recovery, and rehabilitation facilities related to election processes, including:
1) documentation of current practices associated with voting activities at these faculties; 2) identification of barriers that may prevent this population from voting privately and independently; and 3) reviews and assessments of new and innovative technologies for assisting military personnel’s ability to participate in the electoral process.

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Help America Vote Act Requirements Payments

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Agency: Election Assistance Commission

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Estimated Funding: $500,000

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Mark AbbottDirector of GrantsPhone 202-566-2166

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