Background National Policy
The general guidelines of the National Organization listed on their web site (http://www.suvcw.org
) state that:
“A Camp web site on the Internet should be maintained primarily to inform members and others about:
1. Important events occurring within the Camp;
2. Programs and projects undertaken by the Camp and its members;
3. Other special SUVCW related information about activities within the Camp;
4. Links to Camp and Department officers who can respond to public requests for information or support;
5. The meeting time and place of the Camp. A Camp must provide a link from its site on the WWW to the Department web site and optionally to the National web site. Camps-at-Large must provide a link to the National Web Site. Camps that do not maintain their sites by ensuring current listings of Camp officers, Camp listings, etc., may have their return link established by and existing on the Department WWW site deactivated. Such deactivation will remain until the Camp has updated its WWW site
and informed the Department Webmaster that the site has been updated.”
It is incumbent upon the Camp to keep a comprehensive and updated web site in order to be consistent with our National Organization,
and to provide accurate, up-to-date information to all those who visit our Camp web site.
Camp Website Policy
The web site policy of the Willard Camp is as follows:
For all parties: No material or contents are to be copied, reproduced or linked without the express written consent of the Camp Commander or his duly appointed representative. Links of the entire Camp Willard website to the National and Department web sites are defined above (#5).
Before the Camp establishes links to other web sites germane to the mission of the Camp, every effort should be made to receive written permission from the responsible authorities of the web site that is to be linked.
The following statement shall be posted on each web page along with a link to email@example.com
and a notation of copyright:
No material or contents are to be copied, reproduced or linked without the express written consent of the Camp Commander and Webmaster.
1) All requests for the posting of materials, features or links, whether new or updated, must be submitted to the Camp Webmaster
and Camp Commander or the latter’s duly appointed representative.
2) Only the Camp Webmaster and Camp Commander or his duly appointed representative will have access to web site code.
3) Postings that are regularly updated will include, but are not limited to:
a) Any new Camp orders or official correspondence generated by the Camp Commander and attested by the Camp Secretary;
b) Patriotic Instruction;
c) The Camp newsletter: The Guidon;
d) Camp events including photographs;
e) Camp meeting schedule;
f) The “Young Recruit” feature;
g) Camp membership;
h) Camp officers.
4) The email addresses, addresses and personal information related to Camp members and officers must be approved
by each member before posting.
5) Camp By-Laws shall be posted.
6) Officer information can only be edited upon election or with the prior approval from both Camp Commander and Camp Secretary.
7) All submissions shall be reviewed by the Camp Commander and Camp Webmaster, and attested by the Camp Secretary.
Once the review process is completed and communications, orders or submissions are approved, there shall be no further editing
and material will be posted. Changes will not be made without the required review.
In addition, the Camp Webmaster:
a) Has the right to refuse posting anything not approved as stated above;
b) Has the right to refuse material that is not properly formatted and web ready;
c) Has the right to make minor layout, format and appearance changes of the website;
d) Has the right to update regular features that are not considered official communications (see item #3 above).
8) The web site will be draped for mourning when appropriate.
This will include when ordered by:
b) Department Commander
c) Camp Commander
9) Ideas for new web site components from Camp membership are encouraged. These ideas will be submitted to the Camp Commander, Camp Secretary and Camp Webmaster for discussion, review and implementation or rejection.
The action taken on any suggestions that are received will then be communicated back to the person who submitted the suggestion.
10) Submission of items for any regularly updated material, new components, new ideas or any other items not covered above are subject to review and approval by the Camp Commander and Camp Webmaster, and attested by the Camp Secretary.
(glwillard154.org and suvcw154.org)
Col. George L. Willard Camp #154 Albany,NY SUVCW
2004-2017. All Rights Reserved. (Camp Website Policy)
No material or contents are to be copied, reproduced or linked without the express written consent of the Camp Commander