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outsourcing

verb contracting with outside sources, disposing of, eliminating work, eliminating workers, going outside, hiring outside sources, retaining others, retaining outside sources, subcontracting
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How long it takes to fill job roles and how much it will cost should factor into your insourcing plans.
When the government decides to insource work for cost-saving reasons, the losing contractors are not provided the cost-analysis data that led to the insourcing decision, Burton says.
Call Center Insourcing firm, will join Front Row Motorsports for the 54th Annual Daytona 500.
AFGE commends the conferees for defeating contractors' attempts to kill insourcing, by discarding provisions that would have made it optional whether inherently governmental work had to be performed by contractors and based insourcing determinations for closely associated with inherently governmental, acquisition, and critical functions on cost, rather than the traditional legal and regulatory basis of risk.
Ten of the 24 largest agencies included insourcing as part of their cost-cutting plans.
MILWAUKEE -- President Obama today visited Master Lock's Milwaukee manufacturing plant, where he received a tour of the facility and led a discussion on the economy, American manufacturing and the importance of companies insourcing and investing in America.
2 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Legion criticized a recent shift in federal insourcing policy at its small business development conference during the group's 92nd national convention here.
Soloway said OMB's guidance was "balanced" and did not promote an insourcing agenda.
15 to discuss the economy, American manufacturing and the importance of companies insourcing and investing in America.
Gates said he was not satisfied with how much money DoD has saved through insourcing during the first year of implementation.
The group said the government's slow and cumbersome hiring procedures, as well as the difficulty in attracting and retaining skilled professionals in federal service, will put the brakes on the insourcing push.