Public stakeholders are external people and organizations that have an interest in an organization, business, institution or government program or policy. This can include government agencies that have authority over you and others that can influence your results such as the media. Public stakeholders also include those that you impact such as communities or environmental organizations that have an interest in protecting the environment. The following are common examples of public stakeholders.
Banks and Investment firms
Community-based organizations (CBOs)
Consumer advocacy groups
Consumer protection agencies
Environmental protection agencies
Law enforcement agencies
Neighbors of your facilities and operations
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs)
Universities and schools
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