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A person or organization affected by or with an interest or concern in a directive, and therefore an interest or concern in changes made to that directive. DOE stakeholders may include, but are not limited to:

a. affected program and site offices;

b. Field Management Council representatives, as appropriate;

c. National Laboratory Directors Council representatives, upon DRB request;

d. the appropriate DOE or NNSA counsel;

e. the Office of Primary Interest (Preparing Activity) responsible for any DOE Technical Standard being invoked in the directive;

f. the Office of Policy, Office of Acquisition Management (MA-61);

g. Field Contracting Officers;

h. CTAs, when appropriate; and

i. the DOE Departmental Representative to the DNFSB, for all directives of interest to the DNFSB.

Departmental elements having significant mission stake in the deployment and maintenance of DOE expertise abroad and those offices with significant foreign travel subject to COM authority. To support their core mission interests overseas, stakeholders commit resources in the form of funding,positions (FTEs) and personnel to the DOE Overseas Corps. A stakeholder, or stakeholders, may directly sponsor one or more DOE positions abroad.

Individuals and Organizations that are actively involved in the project, or whose interests may be positively or negatively affected as a result of Program execution or completion. They may also exert influence over the Program and its results.

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