It's been a while since we've done this, maybe too long for people to jump in and roll up their sleeves again for one of these "open source" public investigations, but let's see about that. I'm requesting a little help chasing down some names.
If you like doing a little online research or know the terrain in Pennsylvania, and can supply any further information on the situation I outline below, I would appreciate it very much!
I am interested in finding out who the vendor was for the system that produced the problem below. I have learned that CIBER, a company with connections to the electronic voting industry, also had some deep involvement with the Pennsylvania Dept. of Transportation's technology.
I have a reason for asking this, as it relates to a broader investigation I am working on regarding CIBER and its subcontractors.
A synopsis of the Pennsylvania Dept. of Transportation problem is this: During 2012, when people in Pennsylvania moved and went to get an updated driver's license, they had the option to update their voter registration. When these people went to vote, however, due to a "glitch" in the system, many learned that this "glitch" caused the system to actually perform the updated registration on only one person in the household.