Social Media Policies & Guidelines

The following links to non-OhioERC electronic records policies, projects, and resources are provided for the benefit of visitors. No particular endorsement of these sites is intended or implied.

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Ohio

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State Agencies


Federal

General Services Administration:

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States

Missouri: Guidelines for Creating an Agency Social Media Policy
New York: State Archives – Records Advisory: Preliminary Guidance on Social Media
North Carolina: Office of the Governor – Best Practices for Social Media Usage in North Carolina (PDF)
Utah: State Archives and Records Services – Preliminary Guidance on Government Use of Social Media (PDF)
Washington: Office of the Governor – Guidelines and Best Practices for Social Media Use in Washington State (PDF)


Local Governments

City of Bellevue, WA: Technology Resource Use Policy (docx)
City of Chandler, AZ: Administrative Regulation – Social Media/Social Networking (PDF)
City of Seattle, WA: Blogging Policy (docx)
City of Shoreline, WA: Social Media Policy (PDF)


International

Australia: State Records New South Wales – Strategies for Managing Social Media Information


Other

Center for Technology in Government: Designing Social Media Policy for Government – Eight Essential Elements (PDF)
Conference of Court Public Information Officers: 2012 CCPIO New Media Survey
DigitalGov: Social Media Strategies
Gordillo & Gordillo LLC (defunct blog): Does your Employee Handbook have a Social Media Policy for Web-2.0
GovTwit: A Resource for Twitter and Government
Landsbergen, David – The Ohio State University: Government as Part of the Revolution: Using Social Media to Achieve Public Goals (PDF)
National Center for State Courts: Social Media and the Courts Resource Guide
Social Media Governance: Social Media Policy Database
Social Media Subcouncil: Web 2.0 Governance Policies and Best Practices
Sedona Conference: Primer on Social Media (PDF)
X1 Social Discovery™:  Published Cases Involving Social Media Evidence