[E-voting] RE: E-voting Digest, Vol 39, Issue 14
Casey, Dermot (GE Cons Fin)
Dermot.Casey at ge.com
Mon Jul 10 00:05:16 IST 2006
Two people "person" each box. They do it for the whole day - even for 7am to 10pm and the price they're paid is for the full day.
From: e-voting-bounces at lists.stdlib.net on behalf of Keith Martin
Sent: Sun 7/9/2006 12:13 PM
To: e-voting at lists.stdlib.net
Subject: [E-voting] RE: E-voting Digest, Vol 39, Issue 14
Actually, the polling stations stay open longer than 8 hours, so it's likely
to be closer to two man-days per machine. In 2004, stations were open from
around 7am to 10pm, if I remember correctly.
>------Shane Hogan wrote:------
>Date: Sun, 9 Jul 2006 00:34:02 +0100
>From: "Shane Hogan" <shane at askaboutmoney.com>
>Subject: [E-voting] proposed press release -- ICTE PREDICT E-VOTING
> SYSTEM WILL NEVER BE USED
>To: <e-voting at lists.stdlib.net>
>>Those extra operators would also require training. Were training costs
>included in your
>No - just 1 man-day for each of the 7,500 machines at b,150 per day.
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