Website Policy

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This sample policy will help your organization set guidelines for managing web sites, from operation to content. It also sets design standards for usability.

The City and County of San Francisco Committee on Information Technology (COIT) uses this policy to set standards and operational processes for the management of web sites created by city and county departments.

This policy outlines the general policy for the city's website and explains requirements for both public and internal site content, including those pertaining to design standards, general liability, external linking and accessibility.

The attached Zip file includes

  • Intro Page.doc
  • Cover Sheet and Terms.pdf
  • COIT Website Policy.pdf
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The San Francisco COIT consists of a central committee, staffed by representatives of the Mayor, Board of Supervisors, and Departments whose purpose is to provide the necessary technology policy, procedures, and oversight to ensure that the City meets its goals and objectives

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