Public Entity Risk Institute

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The Public Entity Risk Institute (PERI) is a nonprofit organization that serves as a resource to enhance the practice of risk management throughout organizations and communities.

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PERI provides public entities, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations with enterprise risk management information, training, data, and data analysis.
PERI’s goal, as stated on their website,[1] is to be an organization that is seen by its principal customers and stakeholders as the independent thought leader and definitive resource in the field of risk management; as a constant innovator; and as a ready source of practical and highly valued products .[2]

PERI’s stated objectives are to:

- Raise our constituents’ awareness and understanding that managing their organizations’ risk on an enterprise-wide basis is a critical component of success;
- Provide practical, affordable, and easily accessible enterprise risk management education and training resources to help PERI constituents effectively manage risk on an enterprise-wide and community-wide basis;
- Serve as a resource center and information clearinghouse;
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The Public Entity Risk Institute is headquartered in Fairfax, VA. PERI is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt organization. PERI is not a membership organization.

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  1. ^ https://www.riskinstitute.org/peri/content/view/18/35/
  2. ^ http://www.nonprofitexpert.com/crisis_management.htm
  3. ^ https://www.riskinstitute.org/peri/content/view/18/35/

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