How to Identify Valid Federal Government Social Media Accounts
Every day, the government uses social media services like Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube to communicate with you and provide easy access to government information. But social media sites are hosted on commercial domains (not .gov or .mil domains), making it difficult to determine which accounts are official government sources and which are impersonators.
Use our Social Media Registry to verify whether or not a social media account is managed by the U.S. federal government. You’ll need the complete URL of the account you’re verifying (example:http://twitter.com/whitehouse).