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House Committee On Suffrage and Electoral Reforms
Hearing on Comelec Update on May 2016 Elections January 27, 2015)
For Both Bidders (Smartmatic-TIM Corp. and Indra Sistemas S.A.)
In which countries has your company implemented nation-wide elections
projects? Would your company be able to provide references demonstrating it?
In which of those countries was there a political party change in the presidency
while your company managed the elections?
How big is the OMR project that your company is bidding for in comparison with
the annual sales of your company?
Does your company publish any annual report that can accurately show your
financial capabilities and assets?
Who actually owns the software and hardware of the OMR machines you are
proposing to the Comelec?
Did your company develop 100% of the software running in your machines?
For Smartmatic-TIM Corp.
For the clarification of this Honorable Committee, could you kindly describe the
exact ownership structure of the parent-company Smartmatic?
Your company claims that it implemented elections in the United States, but
several sources claim that it was an elections provider called Sequoia that
actually ran it. Who developed the technology that was was used in the elections
– Smartmatic or Sequoia?
Did your company acquire Sequoia? Is it true that the United States Committee
on Foreign Investment investigated Smartmatic due to that acquisition?
Could you briefly explain why Smartmatic was investigated by that Committee?
What was the conclusion of the investigation?
Smartmatic sold Sequoia shortly after having acquired it. Can you tell us exactly
why your company decided to do this?