Employee Activity Groups Policy
Because SLAC is a federally funded institution, the Laboratory must ensure that all SLAC-related activities, whether officially sponsored or informal, contribute to the mission of the Laboratory and do not violate established Lab policy or guidelines. To avoid inappropriate use of SLAC facilities and resources, both official activity groups and informal activities or groups must adhere to the following guidelines:
Advantages of Official Sponsorship
The Human Resources Department officially sponsors groups that are composed primarily of SLAC employees and/or users whose efforts promote positive morale and communications at SLAC and who open their activities to all within the SLAC community who are interested in participating. Officially sponsored SLAC activity groups are eligible to use:
Using the SLAC Web
SLAC-sponsored activity groups wishing to create Web-accessible information using SLAC Web space must first identify an individual in the group who will be responsible for maintaining the group's Web space.
After becoming familiar with the Web policies and resources listed on the WWW Policy and Resources page, this person should discuss plans and space needs with the Employee Relations contact.
The group is responsible for ensuring all Web-accessible information meets Directorate and SLAC-wide guidelines for style, appropriateness, and accuracy. As the sponsor of SLAC activity groups, the Human Resources Department reserves the right to ensure that groups are using the Web and other SLAC resources appropriately.