Council/District Website Contact Release and Permission
The National Capital Area Council (NCAC), Boy Scouts of America, maintains a World Wide Web site for purposes of publicizing its Scouting program and supporting its leaders and membership. Districts of the NCAC also maintain subsidiary �mini� Web sites within the NCAC Web site. The NCAC and District Web sites generally contain contact information (name, phone and email address) for various council and district volunteers and event coordinators. Such posting is generally beneficial to the Scouting program since it provides ready contact access to those wishing to participate in council and district meetings and events. It is NCAC's policy that such contact information not be posted without the written permission of the individual whose information is posted.
NCAC has taken reasonable steps in its Web site design to prevent malicious collection of email addresses from its Web site and trains its Webmasters in methods to further minimize such email address scraping.
I hereby certify that I grant the selected district and/or NCAC committee permission to post the information I'm submitting.