Monday, August 30, 2004
How the use of technology is transforming the current Presidential campaign
EBusiness Morning Forum Event
Presented by NVTC's eBusiness Committee and Security Sub-committee of the IT&T Committee.
September 14, 2004
7:30 am Registration
8:00 - 9:30 am Program
The E-Campaign: How the use of technology is transforming the current Presidential campaign, and the associated security issues.
Join us for a panel discussion regarding how the use of technology is transforming the current Presidential campaign and the associated security issues. Examples include the collection, use, and security of voter and donor data, how money is being raised through the Internet, what voter history data is collected and used, how voter/donor data is being used during and after the campaign, how the campaigns are keeping in touch with their supporters/donors and the security of voting machines and election data.
Michael Turk, eCampaign Director for the Bush campaign
Carol Darr, Institute Director, The George Washington University
Melissa Boasberg Deputy Director, Internet Operations for the Kerry-Edwards campaign
Jeremy Epstein, Senior Director of Product Security, webMethods
Wilson P. Dizard III Senior Editor, Government Computer News, a PostNewsweek Tech Media publications
Technology owes a great deal to Howard Dean. Without his campaign it would have taken much longer to discover the political and marketing potential of web logs and their role in communications.
Posted by Alice at 8/30/2004 08:25:00 AM