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e-Counting and e-Voting

DRS is a global leader in the field of electronic election processing management with extensive experience of working with local authorities, national governments, educational establishments, international election stakeholders as well as public and private sector organisations.


Voter Registration

The timely production of a comprehensive and up-to-date electoral roll is seen as an important factor in the process of ensuring democratic elections. DRS election technology is proven and ideally suited to the large-scale data capture needs of voter registration and voter ID projects. We enable the fast, accurate and cost-effective production of up-to-date computerised electoral rolls.


Political Elections

Supporting and delivering technology for the modernisation of democratic elections worldwide for more than 20 years in countries as diverse as Norway, Oman, Hong Kong, Bosnia and the United Kingdom. DRS election solutions are proven to deliver speed, efficiency and security to the electoral administration process.


Non-political Elections

When facing a forthcoming ballot or election project, who do you turn to for assistance? Will it be internally or externally to your usual supplier? DRS is an ideal alternative solution with a track record in delivering non-statutory elections over many decades.



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  • March 24, 2014
    Contract Award DRS Data and Research Services plc (“DRS”) is pleased to announce that its joint venture arrangement, IntElect®, has had its London Assembly elections contract term of service extended to 2016.
  • August 10, 2011
    DRS share benefits of electronic marking at the AEAA Conference in Nairobi Earlier this month DRS Data Services General Manager for education, Sid Spalding, was one of the key speakers at the 29th conference of the Association for Educational Assessment in Africa (AEAA). He presented the latest research from DRS and NFER (National Foundation for Educational Research) on increasing the confidence of finding a poor marker early as part of DRS’ e-Marker® electronic marking methodology at the gathering in Nairobi, Kenya.
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