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Using the word: "units" I take that to mean other departments within an organization. (Network admin, F5, Firewall support, etc. ) These groups are sometimes hard convinced to blocking specific IP's. (constant requests to block more and more.)
It would be helpful to at least make it simpler for application admins to gather who is actually trying repeatedly to gain access to app software.
Having this data accessible can also be used to set up an internal, host-basedOS, firewall blocks. (iptables for UNIX)