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Policy Statement

POSTING OF MATERIAL ON THE PERSONNEL COUNCIL WEBSITE
Published July 2010

With the exception of the Calendar of Events page of the Personnel Council’s website, all publications, announcements, news bulletins and requests for posting information on the Personnel Council Website (website) must be directed to the Chair Elect, prior to posting. As a general rule, the website shall serve as an electronic bulletin board for information generated by the Personnel Council Executive Committee, one of its subcommittees, or developed in conjunction with Personnel Council activities and initiatives. Information that does not meet these criteria will generally not be posted.

The Chair Elect will forward the information/request to the Chair and Past Chair with background information with respect to the source of the request.  Based upon its relationship to Personnel Council activities, goals or objectives, the Chair, Chair Elect and Past Chair of the Executive Committee will determine the appropriateness for posting.

The Chair Elect will advise the requestor of determination and if appropriate, process the posting through the Webmaster at Civil Service.

DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION VIA THE PERSONNEL COUNCIL’S DISTRIBUTION LIST

On a routine basis, the Chair of the Elections and Membership Sub-Committee disseminates relevant information to the general personnel community through e-mail distribution to primary and alternate members. Primary and alternate members are included in the BCC line only.

On an ad hoc basis, requests are received to disseminate information from other state entities, profit and not-for-profit organizations. Such requests are to be directed to the Chair Elect who, in turn, will forward the request to the Chair and Past Chair of the Executive Committee. If consensus is reached as to the relevance of the information to the personnel community, then appropriate action is taken (either denied or approved and disseminated). If further consideration is thought necessary, the Chair may elect to obtain feedback from the Executive Committee.