Stop the Scandal: Social Media Supervision for State and Local Governments

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Rita Reynolds, CIO, National Association of Counties and Elizabeth Bachner, Sr. Manager, Pro Services Supervision, Smarsh

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Public officials are now trending as the latest “social influencers,” as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook have become the communication platforms of choice. Social media can be useful for real-time government updates and engagement with members of the community. Or it can cause major problems. When used inappropriately, social media can turn into a public relations nightmare and cause potential legal or reputational issues for a government agency. Supervising social media requires a combination of policies and technology to prevent a potential scandal from making headlines — while reducing the time and legal costs to prove a “nothingburger” in the explosion of public record requests. Join our experts to discuss how to: • Create usage policies: Develop legal and reputational policies that clearly define the appropriate use for posting, messaging, and endorsements across social media platforms • Capture and retain content: Capture with message threading and preserve full context to search and rapidly respond to Sunshine Laws, FOIA and Open Record Requests • Monitor social media use: Leverage active and reactive automated review tool to check for compliance to pre-defined policies • Optimize reviews: Determine the effectiveness of your lexicon policies for continuous improvement

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