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Voting with cdpACCESS
Introductions What is cdpACCESS? Features and Benefits Group C review Online Governmental Consensus Vote instructions OGCV support Group A Proposal Submission Proposal Submission Support 2 Agenda
cdpACCESS is an new, online cloud-based tool built exclusively for ICC's code development process cdp is the abbreviation for code development process. cdpACCESS was once known as remote voting, but it is much more than that. All code development will use cdpACCESS, and new improvements and features will be added every cycle 3 What is cdpACCESS?
4 Features and Benefits Maintains current governmental consensus process Allows members to participate in the code development process without travelling (saving time and money) Enhances participation at Committee Action Hearings (CAH) and Public Comment Hearings (PCH) Three primary features: – Code change proposal collaboration & submission – Public Comment collaboration & submission – Remote voting on assembly motions following the CAH and the Online Governmental Consensus Vote following the PCH. Both include the ability to view the hearing testimony and related documents Log in to the system at cdpACCESS.com – Use your My ICC account Any questions or concerns can be sent to
Group C code development process was completed entirely in cdpACCESS – Code change submission and collaboration – CAH Real-time Results – Assembly Motion voting – Public Comment submission and collaboration – PCH Real-time Results – Online Governmental Consensus Vote (October) – Final results publication 4/17/ cdpACCESS: What We’ve Done
Group A code development process will again be completed in cdpACCESS – Code change submission and collaboration – Publication of Monograph – Floor Modification submission – CAH Real-time Results – Assembly Motion voting – Publication of Public Comment Agenda – Public Comment submission and collaboration – PCH Real-time Results – Online Governmental Consensus Vote – Final Results publication 4/17/ cdpACCESS: What’s Next?
All proposals for Group C were submitted using cdpACCESS Total Proposals Submitted: 525 ~10% used collaboration tools to discuss before submission Public proposals 7 Group C: Proposal Submission
All Assembly Motion Votes were done online through cdpACCESS Motions were made by participants at hearings, then voted on during the online voting period after the hearings Total issues up for vote: 20 Unique Voters: 256 Average Votes Per Voter: 13 5 Assembly Motions were successful 8 Group C: Assembly Motion Vote
All Public Comments were submitted through cdpACCESS for Group C Collaboration tools were available Number of Public Comments submitted: 433 Users With At Least One Public Comment: 115 Number of Proposals With Public Comments: 227 4/17/ Group C: Public Comment Submission
Non-voter access Voter Designation: check now at cdpACCESS.com How to Vote Viewing your votes Voter Support 4/17/ Group C: Online Governmental Consensus Vote
Log in to cdpACCESS.com now to check your voter status Primary Representatives must complete an online questionnaire by Sept. 1 for Governmental Member Voting Representatives (GMVR) to be to be eligible to vote at this year’s Annual Business Meeting, Public Comment Hearing and Online Governmental Consensus Vote. If a GMVR was properly validated for the 2014 Online Assembly Floor Motion, the Primary Representative does not need to re-validate unless there are updates or changes to be made. Visit to find information about the process, including links to the online forms.http://www.iccsafe.org/voterdesignation 11 Voter Designation
Visit cdpACCESS.com Log in with your My ICC and password Make sure your log in and your voter designation s match 12 How to Vote: Log In
13 How to Vote: Opening Ballot List
14 How to Vote: Select a Proposal
15 How to Vote: Reading the Ballot All relevant information about the proposal, as presented in the monograph or Public Comment agenda GCV will have a separate tab for Public Comments
16 How to Vote: Reading the Ballot Overview of everything that happened at the hearings Includes streaming video that can be paused, reversed, and picked up at any time
17 How to Vote: Reading the Ballot Actual Motion under consideration Required Majority will be included for GCV
18 How to Vote: Reading the Ballot If you vote at the hearing, your vote will be recorded and indicated here – no need for further action Choose an option, enter your PIN, and vote PIN only needs to be entered once every 30 min PIN can be reset online
19 How to Vote: Reading the Ballot Click ‘Vote’ to return to the listing, or choose one of the next five items (in Public Comment Agenda order)
20 How to Vote: Select a (new) proposal Search for any proposal by Agenda Number Review all your votes
Call toll-free: CDP-ICC-1 – Staff available 7am-7pm CT, Monday – Friday during voting period How-to files and documentation: – This information changes frequently so check back often! – Click ‘Help’ at the top of the site – Visit 21 OGCV Support
DateTime (Central Standard Time) October 64pm October 82pm October 910am October 145pm October 15noon October 171pm October 2010am October 223pm October 2411am 22 OGCV Live Webinars These webinars will walk you through how to access voting information and, if you are eligible and validated, how to register your vote in the Online Governmental Consensus Vote. There will be a Q&A period at the end of each webinar. No registration is necessary and all webinars are free. Visit for links to the webinars.
Improved Proposal Submission Improved collaboration tools Improved documentation and self-serve help Online submission of modifications at the Committee Action Hearing Ability to access historical information (all of Group C) Ability to access monograph information through cdpACCESS 23 Group A: New Features
Improvements from Group C ICC collected over 300 comments, suggestions, and questions via Additional comments submitted by phone and in- person New features and functionality from the Public Comment submission process Performance improvements (system can handle more users more often) 24 Group A: Proposal Submission
25 Group A: Finding Code Sections
26 Group A: Modifying Code Sections
27 Group A: Reason Statement
28 Group A: Collaboration Add collaborators at three levels: Can Comment Can Edit Co-Proponent
29 Group A: Collaboration Co-Proponents manage their own information: address Employer information Representing information Copyright releases
Call toll-free: CDP-ICC-1 – Staff available 7am-7pm CT, Monday – Friday during proposal submission period How-to files and documentation: – This information changes frequently so check back often! – Click ‘Help’ at the top of the site – Visit 30 Proposal Submission Support
The cdpACCESS booth will be available outside the hearing rooms for any further questions or one-on-one demos. Interested in a custom webinar for your organization? Contact Laurie Rich, cdpACCESS Project Manager: Thank you for your time! 31 Questions or Comments?