Re: Question re US EAC Technical Decision-Makers

From: Lillie Coney <coney_at_epic_dot_org>
Date: Thu Jul 13 2006 - 09:19:01 CDT

That is exactly the case. The best reflection of the true
nature of the relationship can be seen in the transcripts
of the meetings. The situation is turning in to spin
and not facts, the TGDC did not have much regard
for NIST's expertise and repeatedly emphasized their
lack of voting experience.

http://vote.nist.gov/TGDC.htm

>On Jul 12, 2006, at 5:28 PM, Lillie Coney wrote:
>
>> Doug this is absolutely not the case.
>
>But, sputter, what you said is what I said. It is the TGDC that
>acts as a filter between NIST and the EAC. Indeed, there's a serious
>gap between the TGDC and NIST, a gap I described in terms of
>non-overlapping domains of expertise.
>
> Doug
>
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