This can be done with a few branches and JQL conditions fairly easily in Automation for Jira.
You rule should look like this:
So this rule uses our work-around for proper else-if support (see How can I run a different action when a condition doesn't match (if else branch)). Basically whenever the Organisation changes on an issue, we have 2 rule branches in which we check if the Organisation matches a given value. Then we edit the priority according to that branch.
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