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  • Robert J. Borer

ICYMI: Supply Chain Vulnerabilities from China in US Federal Information & Communications Technology

Updated: Mar 14, 2022

In April 2018, a study conducted by the security firm, Interos, a third-party risk software company, found that one-fifth (20%) of the hardware and software components in our election devices came from suppliers in China. The findings are a source of concern for anyone serious about voting integrity in civil society.

How have we been able to trust the results of any modern-day election?

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