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Dominion Voting System Customer Notice: U.S. Government Intelligence Reports on 2020 US Elections

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Below is Dominion’s official statement regarding the Intelligence Community Assessment on foreign threats to the 2020 Election.

On March 16, 2021, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) released an intelligence Community Assessment on foreign threats to the 2020 US elections, finding “no indications that any foreign actor attempted to alter any technical aspect of the voting process in the 2020 US elections.”

The U.S. Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security also released a report concluding there is “no evidence” that foreign governments or other actors interfered with the elections and claims of foreign governments manipulating or owning election infrastructure used in the 2020 elections are “not credible.”

Key findings from the reports include:

  • The Intelligence Community has “previously assessed that it would be difficult for a foreign actor to manipulate election processes at scale without detection by intelligence collection, post-election audits, or physical and cyber security monitoring of voting systems across the country.”
  • “We are aware of multiple public claims that one or more foreign governments – including Venezuela, Cuba, or China – owned, directed or controlled election infrastructure used in the 2020 federal elections; implemented a scheme to manipulate election infrastructure; or tallied, changed or otherwise manipulated vote counts.  Following the election, the Department of Justice, including the FBI, and the Department of Homeland Security, including CISA, investigated the public claims and determined that they are not credible.”
  • “We have no evidence – not through intelligence collection on the foreign actors themselves, not through physical security and cyber security monitoring of voting systems across the country, not through post-election audits, and not through any other means – that a foreign government or other actors compromised election infrastructure to manipulate election results.”
  • The Intelligence Community tracked a variety of foreign actors spreading false claims about election systems being compromised in order to undermine public confidence in the 2020 US elections.
  • Given “the resonance of baseless claims concerning foreign interference after the election,” the Intelligence Community recommends bolstering pubic confidence in election officials as reliable sources of information and enhancing public messaging and education.