Citizens Information on Twitter: @citizensinfo
Twitter is a social networking website that allows its users to send and receive short messages (called 'tweets').
What to expect
If you follow us, you can expect tweets covering some or all of the following:
- News and developments in public and social services
- Information and news about the services we fund and support, including the Citizens Information Services (CIS), the Citizens Information Phone Service (CIPS), the Money Advice and Budgeting Services (MABS), the National Advocacy Service (NAS) and the Sign Language Interpreting Service (SLIS)
- Details of our new and updated documents and links to our websites
- Job adverts for positions at CIB and our delivery services
- Retweets of posts from other Twitter users that we think will interest our followers, particularly those from our services and other Government bodies. Being retweeted by us does not imply endorsement.
We follow relevant Twitter accounts, especially other government bodies. If you follow @citizensinfo, we will not automatically follow you back. However, if we do follow you it does not imply endorsement of any kind.
@Replies and direct messages
We welcome suggestions and ideas from our followers. In general we do not reply individually to direct messages as the limitations of Twitter's format means that we would not always be able to give you a full and useful reply. The best way to get in touch is through the Contact us page on our website.
Please do not include personal/private information in your tweets to us. Note that sending a message via Twitter is not considered contact with the Citizens Information Board for official purposes and we are not obliged to monitor or respond to requests for information through Twitter.