When Gregg Prentice died on Saturday, he took with him the secret that converted Quickbook data into something usable by the FEC. Now the Hillsborough County GOP will have to enter it all by hand.
The company is working with election machine vendors and local governments to deploy the system in a pilot program for the 2020 election.
Gen. Keith Alexander is the director of the National Security Agency and oversees U.S. Cyber Command, which means he leads the government’s effort to protect America from cyberattacks. Due to the secretive nature of his job, he maintains a relatively low profile, so when he does speak, people listen closely. On July 9, Alexander addressed a crowded room at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C., and though he started with a few jokes — his mother said he had a face for radio, behind every general is a stunned father-in-law — he soon got down to business.