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Flagship election security bill gets a companion in the House
The Secure Elections Act would let states to replace outdated machines, among other forms of assistance from the federal government.
White House floats law to shore up agencies’ digital supply chain
The Trump administration is proposing a law to tighten up the security of computer systems that the federal government buys and uses.
State officials ask lawmakers for more election security funding
While state officials differ on the federal government's involvement in election security, there's little disagreement that more more money would be better.
Senate bill hopes to sort out supply-chain cybersecurity risks, prevent next Kaspersky drama
A new bipartisan Senate bill tries to get to the bottom of supply chain risk by setting up a federal acquisition council to get national-security and civilian agencies on the same page.
Election security legislation gains attention on Capitol Hill
Senators are making a renewed push to secure voting infrastructure ahead of the midterm elections.
Election security bill still needs work in some areas, state officials tell Senate sponsors
Six states discussed with the main sponsors of the Secure Elections Act how they would implement the bill.