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New Zealand government social media guidance

More examples of advice and guidance on using social media tools in government, this time from New Zealand. The first bit is the High Level Guidance, described as helping: organisations when they are trying to decide if they should use … Continue reading

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FCO’s social media policies

A great post from the FCO’s Stephen Hale reveals their digital diplomacy site. There is plenty of good stuff on there, but of particular interest to many will be the social media policy and guidance. Many thanks to Stephen and … Continue reading

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Guidance and Toolkits

There have been a number of posts popping up around the use of the social web within government, both as a reaction to discussions of the civil service guidelines for online participation and to the need to provide the tools … Continue reading

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Civil servants, blogs and anonymity

Back onto one of my favourite subjects: bloggers’ anonymity. There’s plenty of background here. Paul Johnston wrote in the comments: Great to see this upswing in civil servant blogging, but quite understandably they seem to be anonymous. Very understandable in … Continue reading

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Civil Servants and the Social Web

There has been quite a discussion in recent times about the guidance for civil servants on how they should interract with the social web: see Emma and Nick for some of what has been said. Well, now, as Jeremy announces, … Continue reading

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