Comelec decommissions transparency media server – Manila Bulletin

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The Electoral Commission (Comelec) closed the operations of the Transparency Media Server (TMS) at the Quadricentenary Pavilion of the University of Santo Tomas on Friday, May 13.

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In a letter signed by Director James Jimenez, all Political Parties, Accredited Media Organizations and the Accredited Citizens Branch have been notified that the Transparent Media Server Room will be decommissioned.

Based on data from Comelec and the latest feed from the transparency server, it processed and was able to receive 98.35% of the election results. At the same location, the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) is conducting a parallel count.

Through the use of the Transparency Server, PPCRV performs a matching of electronically transmitted (RE) election results with physically printed ones which are both generated by Vote Counting Machines (VCM).

According to the latest TMS feed, Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. is still leading the race for the nation’s top job with no less than 31,104,175 votes.

Comelec also announced that it will perform a backup of the TMS on Saturday May 14 at the same location in UST.

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