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insource

tv. to assign a task or an order to an internal department, rather than an outside vendor. (The opposite of outsource.) The manager decided to in source the project so he could retain control.
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Price said, "The recent wave of student and worker protests at UCT and nationally - for lower fees and for insourcing workers - has emboldened us to commit to finding the money somehow.
He said the major milestones include the insourcing of an Airbus A330 18-month and 42-month checks.
However, before it was largely curtailed because of an arbitrary cap imposed on the size of the civilian workforce, DOD reported huge savings from insourcing, including multi-billion dollar reductions in reliance on service contractors in an astonishingly short period of time.
Insourcing versus outsourcing is too big a decision to make without deep corporate soul searching.
In conjunction with the forum, the White House released a report detailing insourcing which shows that real business fixed investment has grown by about 18 percent since the end of 2009 and that in the past two years, 334,000 manufacturing jobs have been created.
GAO reviewed the status of civilian agencies efforts to develop and implementinsourcing guidance and reported in October 2009 that none of the nine civilian agencies with whom we met had met the statutory deadline to produce insourcing guidance.
Industry officials have warned that federal agencies are making arbitrary, inflated estimates of the savings they can achieve by insourcing.
Only companies with frequent bet-the-company litigation or lots of smaller cases should consider insourcing those processes because of the extensive resources needed to do them well.
They give an overview of the topic and discuss advantages and disadvantages, risk factors, and international planning, then describe methodological practices such as metrics-based and financial methods, partner selection, allocating business activities, and the right and wrong approaches to implement outsourcing and insourcing.
Walk into a parish in Albion, Indiana; Tahlequah, Oklahoma; or myriad other towns today and experience ecclesial insourcing in action.
In fact, Sarbanes-Oxley appears to close the door to insourcing those competencies from other organizations, so, we can't go to, say IBM, to insource that capability.
After years of outsourcing, many companies are now realizing the value in bringing manufacturing jobs back to America - or insourcing them.
This insourcing will bring in a range of cost-saving and operational benefits for the airline.
NEW YORK, June 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- While many organizations in the world now consider outsourcing a standard practice, they could improve their use of this business strategy in three ways, according to the results of Deloitte's 2012 Global Outsourcing and Insourcing Survey, released today.
In 2010, the Pentagon added 17,000 employees to its payroll as a result of insourcing efforts, says Thomas Hessel, insourcing program lead at the office of the undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness.