Need SharePoint access?
Government staff and contractors working with King County on current county business or to collaborate on regional work may be granted access to a SharePoint site. If you are a non-King County employee collaborating or doing business with King County and you need to access a County SharePoint site to do your work, you're in the right place!
But first, if you haven't done so already, you'll want to touch base with the King County employee managing the work in question. As your County contact, he or she should be able to give you all the information you need to fill out the form below. Then, fill out the form, and--if all proceeds correctly--you should expect user-access information within five business days. We strongly recommend following detailed instructions.
External SharePoint access is limited to King County partners, contractors, and others involved in official county and/or regional work.
King County's SharePoint Online 2010 implementation supports operating systems, mobile devices, and browsers as documented in "Microsoft SharePoint Online for Enterprises Service Description."
Getting SharePoint access
- I shall access the site for King County-related work only and inform the site administrator when work responsibility changes and I no longer need access to accomplish my assigned work.
- I understand my account login and password are for my use only and may not be shared.
- I understand that, while unlikely, any and all content on the site may be lost at any time from various causes such as but not limited to user errors, system errors, billing errors, malicious intrusion, hacking or other causes, and shall not hold King County or other organizations that use the site liable for any loss whatsoever.
- I am responsible to make backup copies of any content on the site I need to keep for my records.
- While King County may provide configuration information, I am responsible to make changes to my computer as needed to use the site, such as installing software and/or changing browser settings.
- I understand that any content on the SharePoint site is subject to Washington State disclosure laws.
- I may post opinions, facts, files and other content on the site in online discussions and surveys, and accept the rules governing this use to keep it collegial and productive:
- I agree to post only clean and appropriate communications, documents or images to the site, none of which may be considered inflammatory, hurtful, vulgar, rude, or obscene.
- To help ensure that information, opinions and points are clearly understood and referenced in online discussions, I agree to post descriptive, specific, and succinct communications that focus on the topic of the discussion thread.
- I understand that changing the site's source code may damage interactive features of the site and shall not open or edit source code including but not limited to application code or style sheets for any reason.
Who administers SharePoint?
Microsoft is responsible for administering the server and hosting the site including backup and restoration. King County staff administer the Sharepoint software by configuring accounts, maintain collections and sites, and adding features. Depending on assigned permissions, site users may modify content on the site; for example, editing shared documents, adding and deleting documents, posting messages, maintaining lists, responding to surveys, etc or may have read-only access.
For questions about the King County Enterprise SharePoint site, please e-mail HelpTicket@kingcounty.gov.