public facing

public facing

Available to the general public. The term refers to any free or paid application or system that the public can access. Also called "customer facing," information systems often comprise a public-facing component as well as a private side that is available only to the internal staff. See public IP address.
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ISLAMABAD -- Consumer courts are available to address genuine issues or grievances of the general public facing high prices on any products or daily commodities.
The police watchdog said there was "a real concern that police authorities will not find alternative approaches that offer better value for money and they will not be able to protect the public facing policing services that the public rely upon 24/7".
"Compared with the private sector, more public sector employees are in challenging public facing roles such as social work, policing, teaching and nursing."
It was announced in February that the company was considering options for its Public Facing distribution unit, which includes its telecoms, facilities and gas divisions.
Additionally, pharmaceutical companies publish and update the information about their products on Datapharm's public facing web sites, and the Numara FootPrints Service Desk has enabled the company to provide efficient support to both pharmaceutical companies managing their information and users of the web sites.
According to the company, IND selected the Mediasurface content management suite and Morello smart client to redevelop all of its public facing websites, including the main IND site and its 'working in the UK' sites.

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