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33.09.07.00.htm 33.09.07.00. Title 33 STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS Subtitle 09 VOTING SYSTEMS ― CERTIFICATION AND GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Chapter 07 Compliance and Decertification Authority: Election Law Article, §2-102(b)4) 2-202(b) and 9-102(b) Annotated Code of Maryland
33.09.07.01.htm 33.09.07.01. 01 Time Table.. A. Termination for Delay. The State Board reserves the right to terminate the certification process if the applicant at any time fails to proceed in a timely manner. In particular, if 30 days expire between a request by the State Administrator or the evaluation agent for information and the applicant's response, the State Administrator may terminate the certification process and return the technical data package to the applicant.
33.09.07.02.htm 33.09.07.02. 02 Compliance Responsibility.. A. Vendors.. 1) A vendor is responsible for ensuring that every voting system and every system component that it supplies for use in this State has been certified by the State Board.2) Before a vendor distributes any change to the hardware, firmware, or software of a certified voting system (including any improvement, upgrade, or patch) the vendor shall submit the proposed change to the State Administrator for review or acceptan
33.09.07.03.htm 33.09.07.03. 03 Validation of Certification.. If any question arises involving the certification of a voting system or a system component being used in this State, the technical data package on file with the State Board and the results of the certification testing shall be used to verify whether the system or component in question is identical to the system or component that was submitted for certification.
33.09.07.04.htm 33.09.07.04. 04―05 Reserved..
33.09.07.06.htm 33.09.07.06. 06 Periodic Reviews.. The State Administrator shall periodically review the voting system used in this State to assure the:A. System's continued ability to perform all functions required by Election Law Article, Annotated Code of Maryland, and this subtitle; andB. Local board's continued ability to use the system without relying primarily on vendors..
33.09.07.07.htm 33.09.07.07. 07 Required Decertification.. A. Notice of Deficiency. If, at any time, the State Administrator determines that a voting system fails to meet one or more of the standards in Election Law Article, §9-102(d)1)i)iii) Annotated Code of Maryland, the State Administrator shall notify all local boards and all known vendors of that particular system that, unless the deficiency is promptly corrected, the system will be referred to the State Board to have its certification for future s
33.09.07.08.htm 33.09.07.08. 08 Permissive Decertification.. A. Notice of Deficiency. If, at any time, the State Administrator determines that a voting system no longer merits certification, the State Administrator may notify all local boards and all known vendors of that particular system that the system will be referred to the State Board to have its certification for future sale or use in Maryland rescinded.B. Contents of Notice. The notice shall:.
33.09.07.9999.htm 33.09.07.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―03 and .06―08 adopted as an emergency provision effective February 1, 2000 (27:6 Md. R. 636) adopted permanently effective April 17, 2000 (27:7 Md. R. 708)Regulation .02 amended effective August 19, 2013 (40:16 Md. R. 1346). Regulation .02A amended as an emergency provision effective July 23, 2008 (35:17 Md. R. 1484) amended permanently effective September 22, 2008 (35:19 Md. R. 1718)
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