The cards are channeled to the optical mark reader
We know well enough that thanks to the billions in taxpayers money that the Commission on Elections (Comelec) spent for the Automated Election Law through Smartmatic, there is a huge problem that proves to the Filipino voter that the Precinct Count Optical Scan (PCOS) or the Optical Mark Reader
machines have not really given the nation a clean and honest elections.
The same resolution issued the Notice of Award to Smartmatic, which was declared as the bidder with the lowest calculated and responsive bid, provided that this award pertains solely to the lease of the units of Optical Mark Reader
Due to what happened, the en banc was left with no other choice but to lease all new 93,977 units of Optical Mark Reader
(OMR) machines for the May 2016 polls.
The ScanMark 5500 Optical Mark Reader
from Scantron can process up to 5,500 forms per hour.
The House leadership thumbed down yesterday calls to probe the Commission on Elections' (Comelec's) en banc decision to lease a total of 93,977 new optical mark reader
(OMR) machines from the Smartmatic-Total Information Management (TIM) Corp.
It is composed of three main elements: the eListen software product platform; eListen Web hosting service; and full service combinations of software products, Web hosting and optical mark reader
(OMR) data collection services.
The contract for the lease of 23,000 optical mark reader
machines was originally meant to supplement the 81,000 precinct count optical scan (PCOS) machines leased for the 2010 elections and purchased by the Comelec in 2012.
A number of Catholic prelates yesterday questioned the decision of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) to lease new Optical Mark Reader
(OMR) machines from Smartmatic-TIM for the May 2016 polls.