The Book Sprint for International IDEA finished up on Friday around 4pm, after a long night on Thursday, and just in time for the remaining participants to take a walk around the lake and catch a chilly sunset. The book looks at how to achieve quality control when using technology in the administration and management of elections, mainly through the process of certification. The book is sitting at just over 20 000 words and will now go through a final review by IDEA’s publication team, then be published and ready for presentation at an upcoming conference at the end of the year. We look forward to seeing the final product!
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