The list posted above shows that as of April 9, 2012, Hewlett Packard (HP) is a partner with Scytl
Dating back to 2005, Hewlett Packard was instrumental in the development of ‘e-voting’ with Scytl
“HP continues to work internally to improve the sustainability of our own operations and we collaborate with a variety of organizations to optimize energy use and lead the IT industry with energy-efficient innovation.
Additional details on HP’s commitment to energy efficiency and sustainability can be found at http://www.hp.com/earth.”
(Be sure to click on the link above that is highlighted in red) It says:
HP believes governments and businesses must meet the challenges of climate change with ingenuity, including collaboration on frameworks that leverage information technology (IT) to make GHG emissions reduction targets achievable and economically feasible.
We participated in COP16, the United Nations climate change conference in Cancun in 2010, demonstrating our support for international action to minimize the risks of serious environmental, economic, and social impact. The Mexican government, which hosted COP16, chose HP energy-efficient solutions for the conference’s IT needs.
We support government efforts to reduce GHG emissions and regulations that foster innovation in this area, such as the California Global Warming Solutions Act. (See Public policy.)
HP also continues to work with customers, governments, NGOs, and investors to tackle climate change. We help develop white papers that explore ways to use technology to drive the low-carbon economy, and we address climate change and other environmental issues through engagement in regional and global organizations such as The Climate Group, Combat Climate Change, The International Climate Change Partnership, the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, andWorld Wildlife Fund (WWF).
“As part of the Obama Administration’s goal to strengthen support of military families, HP joined the White House in a new program, “Veterans Fast Launch.” This program is part of First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden’s “Joining Forces” initiative aimed at helping veterans build careers upon returning home from military service.”
On September 16, President Obama launched “Change the Equation,” a partnership with HP and other members of the business community to seek new ways to keep American students competitive in a technology centered future.
“Our success as a nation depends on strengthening America’s role as the world’s engine of discovery and innovation,” said President Obama. “I applaud HP and its partners for lending their resources, expertise, and their enthusiasm to the task of strengthening America’s leadership in the 21st century by improving education in science, technology, engineering and math.”
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