DGS Social Media Policy
The Department of General Services is on Twitter and Facebook and looks forward to engaging with you through these social media tools. By using social media we aim to provide you with information on the agency’s major activities and initiatives to encompass the many things we do. This page will give you a better idea on how to interact with us on social media and what you can expect from us.
- We are committed to having a dialogue with our followers.
- We will strive to respond to as many relevant questions and comments as possible, but we will not respond to issues that puts personal identifiable information at risk. Instead you may be provided a telephone number and asked to contact us directly to address your issue in private versus a public forum.
- Following a Twitter account, including an account in a Twitter list, does not constitute an endorsement; the same applies to re-tweeting messages posted on accounts that DGS may manage, or marking them as “favorites.”
- The posting and presence of content on Twitter or Facebook, not posted by DGS, does not necessarily mean the agency agrees with the content, ensures its accuracy, or otherwise approves of the content.
- Let’s be polite and courteous to each other, even if you disagree. The agency reserves the right to delete any public comments and/or postings on any DGS social networking site that contains any of the following:
1. Profane language or content;
2. Harassing language or tone;
3. Includes obscene sexual content or links to sexual content;
4. Promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color,
age, religion, gender, marital status, genetics, status with regard to public assistance,
national origin, physical or intellectual disability, or sexual orientation;
5. Is Spam or links to other potential Spam sites;
6. Is not topically related to the particular content being commented upon;
7. Conducts or encourages illegal activity;
8. Promotes particular private services, products, or political organizations;
9. Infringes on copy rights or trademarks;
10. Discloses personally identifiable medical information; or
11. Compromises the safety or security of the public or public systems.