Information Management System for Electronic Voting in support of the Schieffelin Award for Excellence in Teaching
Magliano, Samuel A.
Dolk, Daniel R.
Mar, Dennis R.
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The purpose of this research was to evaluate, automate, refine and develop a management information system that facilitated data collection, organization, query, analysis, and counting of ballots submitted over the Internet/Intranet with regard to the Rear Admiral John J. Schieffelin Award for Excellence in Teaching. Research included conducting a detailed analysis of the current system (reengineering), preparing hardware and software requirements for an automated system, determining security requirements for an Intranet based voting system and implementing a prototype to demonstrate feasibility. The gbsRear Admiral John J. Schieffelin Award for Excellence in Teachinggcs, has traditionally been a manual system interwoven with several legacy systems that make analysis, voter response and data collection difficult. Development of an Internet/Intranet based Information System coupled with a Decision Support System for statistical analysis, streamlines the flow of information, thus allowing for more robust analysis/querying as well as possibly increasing voter response by providing a friendly user interface that allows quick and easy ballot submissions.
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