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I encourage you to share your thoughts on the topics discussed on this internal blog. I and my staff have developed these ground rules to help promote a collegial forum where staff and official visitors are comfortable expressing their views.
All comments will be reviewed and not all comments will be posted, so you may notice a delay between when you submit a comment and when you receive a private response or your comment is posted on the site.
Your comment may be edited, in which case we will clearly indicate that.
Operational issues will be forwarded to the appropriate office for an offline response.
Comments that do not meet the ground rules or that we consider too far off topic will not be posted, in which case we will notify you.
Please be aware that you are responsible for the content of your comments. This internal blog is visible to all staff and official visitors, across all of UCAR and NCAR, and its content should not be shared externally. Given the nature of electronic communication, we cannot guarantee that other users will not share its content beyond our organization. Therefore, please exercise the same discretion you would use on a more public forum.
Please be familiar with and follow all relevant UCAR policies, and in particular:
Thank you for taking the time to become familiar with these ground rules. If they are modified in future, we will post an announcement in Staff Notes Daily.
Questions about these ground rules? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to your comments!
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This site is visible to all staff and official visitors (only). I encourage you to share your thoughts on the topics discussed here.
Your comment or question may be published or be disseminated internally for follow up, as appropriate. Comments are not anonymous and are reviewed based on our ground rules.
For questions on topics not covered here, or when confidentiality is desired
UCAR Ombuds Office
To discuss work issues with a neutral person
To anonymously report ethics concerns