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1 Page 1 ISOlutions National Electronic Balloting (NEB) ISOlutions

2 Page 2 National eBalloting (NEB) Benefit: Simpler consensus building, better voting performance, increased efficiency The National eBalloting is a voting tool which manages two kind of national ballots: 1.National Committee Internal Ballot (NCIB) Aim: Voting on national standards 2.National Positioning Ballot (NPOS) Aim: Gaining national consensus before voting on an international or regional standard. It provides information about ISO and/or CEN ballots relevant to each national committee. ISOlutions

3 Page 3 National Committee Internal Ballot (NCIB) Process NATIONAL - NEB National experts cast votes National Secretary National Experts (Voters) NCIB Ballot Opens Secretary creates a NCIB Ballot Voting phase closes Secretary closes the NCIB Ballot - Results available to audience Secretary closes the NCIB Ballot - Results available to audience Ballot status is pending – results not yet available Aim: Voting on national standards ISOlutions

4 Page 4 NCIB – summary of key features Ballots created manually by Secretaries of national committees Create questionnaires with multiple questions and possible answers Upload documents for vote Define a pending phase before ballot closure Use pre-defined templates Automatic notifications sent to the ballot audience ISOlutions

5 Page 5 Reaching national consensus without NEB NB: Same is true for CEN ballots ISOlutions first meeting INTERNATIONAL NATIONAL ISO ballot OPENS ISO ballot CLOSES National Experts ISO balloter cast vote manually ISO Balloter (CIB, DIS, FDIS) National Secretaries The ISO Balloter s the ballot information and documents to national secretaries and experts ISO balloter gather national opinions and cast vote National opinions are sent back by to the ISO balloter

6 Page 6 National Positioning Ballot (NPOS) Process ISOlutions first meeting NPOS Ballot is created INTERNATIONAL NATIONAL (NEB) ISO ballot OPENS ISO ballot CLOSES NPOS ISO ballot is created (copied) in NEB with questions and documents National experts cast votes National Experts (voters) Voting phase CLOSES Secretary reviews votes & closes the Ballot ISO balloter cast vote manually ISO Balloter (CIB, DIS, FDIS) Sec. reviews ballot details …and transmit decision to ISO balloter NPOS Ballot OPENS National Secretary Translation through templates Aim: Gaining national consensus before voting on an international or regional standard.

7 Page 7 NPOS – summary of key features Manually or automatically create new ballots Mapping between national and international/regional committees is set in the Global Directory Questions and possible answers and reference documents of source ballot are automatically copied Define a pending phase before ballot closure Use pre-defined ballot templates to translate international or regional English ballots into local language Automatic notifications sent to the ballot audience ISOlutions

8 Page 8 Manual vs. automatic National Positioning The National Positioning Ballots is automatically created when a ballot opens for ISO/TC 34 The National Secretary must create the National Positioning Ballots manually ISOlutions

9 Page 9 Balloting roles Ballot Owner: Create and initiate the ballot Surveyor: Read-only access but can see all votes on open and closed ballots Voter (Balloter): Cast vote on open ballots Monitor: Read-only access. Can view all ballots but only view votes on closed ballots ISOlutions

10 Page 10 NEB – National configuration Some aspects of the system can be configured to meet your specific needs, for example: Time zone - Define local time zone for the display of the date. Pending Phase - Activate or inactivate the pending phase by default at the ballot (NCIB and NPOS) creation Close and open date delay - Define a default delay for the opening and closing date of NPOS (M&A) ballots in relation to the source ballot External sources - Define the types of ballots for which you wish to have NPOS ballots (ISO and/or CEN, COPAN, MERCOSUR or other regional bodies) Commenting template - Define your local commenting template for NCIB ballots (link to template) Translation of the NEB interface – Terms to be define with ISOCS


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