E2E Verifiable Internet Voting Project

The E2E VIV Project is complete and the report is launched.

Please see:



On December 19, 2013, Overseas Vote, an initiative of U.S. Vote Foundation, announced a major project, funded by the Democracy Fund, to be conducted over the course of eighteen months.  

The project is called End-to-End Verifiable Internet Voting: Specification and Feasibility Assessment Study (E2E VIV Project) and will examine a form of remote voting that enables a so-called “end-to-end verifiability” (E2E) property. A unique team of experts in computer science, usability, and auditing together with a selection of local election officials from key counties around the U.S. will assemble for this study.

For further information on the E2E VIV Project, please see the following:

    Press Announcement
    Media Coverage
    Team Members

Contact: info (at) usvotefoundation.org

US Vote extends our special thanks to the Democracy Fund for their generous support.