Social media is a powerful platform for citizen engagement, but public agencies are struggling with policy, legal, and record retention requirements. Our complimentary social media resources for government can help you navigate and overcome the challenges facing government social media usage.
The Skagit County Sheriff’s Office faced an online crisis when a controversial Facebook post went viral. In addition to being concerned about public perception, the department needed to legally protect itself and be prepared for Freedom of Information Act requests. Learn how Skagit County used ArchiveSocial to cope when you download this case study.
Whether you are just starting out with social media or already have a broad portfolio of profiles, a solid policy is essential to protecting your agency. Download our complimentary social media policy template to help your public entity establish the necessary policies and procedures, and benefit from existing government best practices. [include_popup pardotform=”218″/]
All 50 states have public records laws modeled after the federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) that ensure public access to government records. Many states have issued specific guidance in regards to social media records. Find out how your state public records laws apply to social media by clicking your state on the map below. Can’t view the map? Click here for a list.
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