The National Audit Office Twitter account (@NAOorguk) is managed by the digital communications team, on behalf of colleagues across the Office.
We do not use automation tools e.g. RSS feeds to generate tweets.
If you follow us, you can expect between 2-10 tweets a week covering some or all of the following:
- New content on our website (NAO reports, guides and other publications, events, vacancies etc.)
- New content on our other digital channels e.g. YouTube, Slideshare
- Alerts about Public Accounts Committee hearings and reports, and when Treasury Minutes are published
- Invitations to provide feedback on specific issues on which we are consulting
- Occasional live coverage of events
If you follow us on Twitter we may follow you back. To engage with our audiences we may also follow the accounts who mention us by name. Being followed back does not imply endorsement of any kind and not being followed does not imply criticism.
We will generally update and monitor our Twitter account during office hours only, Monday to Friday.
Twitter may occasionally be unavailable and we accept no responsibility for lack of service due to Twitter downtime.
@Replies and Direct Messages
We welcome feedback and ideas from all our followers, and endeavour to join the conversation where possible. However, we are not able to reply individually to all the messages we receive via Twitter.
The digital communications team reads all @replies and Direct Messages and ensures that any emerging themes or helpful suggestions are passed to the relevant people in the Office.
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