There has been much discussion about this in the Workflow User Group (WUG) forum. I have heard it suggested to create the Org objects in Production and then transport them back into other systems. I personally wouldn't recommend transporting anything out of production due to the nightmarish conflicts that this could cause. Typically, the way I have seen it done is that the Org objects are created in a development/configuration client. The Org objects are then transported from there to Test and then subsequently to Production. In Production, the user IDs are then assigned. If the Org changes are substantial I would recommend transporting to the Alternate Plan first in Production.
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