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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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The company hopes that the move to insource more IT functions will result in increased flexibility in meeting the needs of colleagues and customers, as well as expedite the delivery of technology services.
Left to right: Phil Coles, managing director RF Brookes, John Scott, managing director InSource Energy, Minister for the Environment, Jane Davidson, and Philip Ward, director of WRAP
INSOURCE is generous in allowing speaking time for its sponsors.
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As a ServiceNow Preferred Solutions Partner, InSource delivers a broad range of consulting services, with an emphasis on IT strategy development and automation of IT via ServiceNow.
For that reason, a law department should engage in an initial triaging exercise to narrow the nature and scope of legal work that would be best to insource.
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.