Last year, Microsoft launched electionguard, a voting system designed to demonstrate the security and economy of voting in elections. Since then, the technology giant has released the software on GitHub, even piloting it in an election in Wisconsin. < / P > < p > first, voitingworks, which worked with Microsoft in the Wisconsin election, recently incorporated electionguard into its open source audit software Arlo. Arlo was then used to conduct a risk limiting audit in Inyo County, California, to show the link between the election and the audit results, in which voters’ privacy is protected through software. < / P > < p > then, the mobile app developed by markup, a technology company, successfully used electionguard to encrypt votes, facilitating remote voting by the leadership of the U.S. House of Representatives. Instead of using personal devices during the vote, the house managed iPhone was used. Similarly, neuvote, a Canadian company, has created a hybrid mobile voting system that allows voters to vote and confirm paper ballots from a smartphone or tablet while watching the voting process on a device. The electronic voting record is guaranteed by electionguard. In both projects, Microsoft has been assisted by the American company Inferno red. SpaceX beat blue origin and Northrop Grumman to win a $316 million air force contract