SOURCE: PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
PwC Oversees Accuracy of Oscars® Balloting Process for 79 Years Running
PwC continues its traditional role of overseeing all aspects of the voting process: ensuring the integrity and validity of the balloting process, maintaining sole custody of all votes and tabulations, and remaining responsible for the confidentiality of the results.
PwC's long-established system involves the precise tallying of every single ballot at a concealed location to maintain the utmost level of accuracy, objectivity and confidentiality. Oltmanns and Rosas lead a tight-lipped team of accountants who conduct the same ballot-counting method that they have used for decades. There has never been a single security breach in the 79 years that PwC has worked with the Academy and managed the balloting process.