Robert J. "Bob" Urosevich has been a noted member of the election systems industry since the 1970s, founding and operating numerous companies that supply voting systems to the majority of United States.
Urosevich founded American Information Systems (now known as Election Systems & Software) in 1979 and served as president until 1992. In 1995 Urosevich started I-Mark Systems Inc. which produced touchscreen voting systems and served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing and New Business Development. In 1997 I-Mark was acquired by Global Election Systems and by 2000 was named President and Chief Operating Officer. In 2002 Global Election Systems was acquired by Diebold, Inc. and the name was changed to Diebold Election Systems, Inc. with Urosevich serving as President
In November 2006 Mr. Urosevich was named "Managing Director Scytl Americas" for Spanish Internet voting company Scytl. Scytl was formed as a spin-off from a research group at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona which was funded by the Spanish Government's Ministry of Science and Technology.
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