insource


Also found in: Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

in·source

 (ĭn′sôrs′)
tr.v. in·sourced, in·sourc·ing, in·sourc·es
1. To perform (a task or function) in-house: a corporation that outsources their manufacturing but insources sales and marketing.
2. To provide (a product or service traditionally or conventionally provided within an organization) as an independent contractor.
3. To create (jobs) as an outside company operating in a local labor market: "We not only want to sell products to the US, but to insource jobs here and contribute to the economy" (Noel Forgeard).
4. To hire or employ (workers from another area or market).
References in periodicals archive ?
The University of Cape Town (UCT) and the National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (Nehawu) has inked a historic deal to insource 6 of its outsourced services.
com)-- InSource, one of the leading consulting services providers in the Delaware Valley, announced today that InSource has achieved the ServiceNow Preferred Solutions Partner designation.
testified before a public meeting conducted today by the Office of Management and Budget on the need to finally develop a methodology that would allow agencies other than the Department of Defense to insource in order to save money.
It involves building up internal expertise and streamlining your IT operations; for lots of companies, the move to insource can be long and costly.
InSource Energy marked the start of work on the plant at Premier Foods Plc's RF Brookes ready meals factory in Rogerstone, Newport, with a ceremony attended by environment minister Jane Davidson.
InSource Energy has marked the start of work on Wales's first commercial-scale anaerobic digestion plant at Premier Foods Plc's RF Brookes ready meals factory in Rogerstone, Newport with a ceremony attended by Jane Davidson AM, Minister for Environment in Wales.
Agency efforts to effectively insource functions performed by contractors will in large part depend on the ability to assess mission and human capital requirements and develop and execute plans to fulfill those requirements so agencies have a workforce that possesses the necessary knowledge, skills, and competencies to accomplish their mission.
McHugh said the Army will insource more than 7,000 jobs during the current fiscal year and an additional 11,000 over the next five years.
For that to happen, legal departments need to complete due diligence before making the decision to insource e-discovery.
Checkpoint's integration with InSource Workflow Manager "will reduce the effort needed to research each position every quarter, further minimizing the burden of FIN 48 compliance," said Knighton.
Wolters Kluwer Financial Services has released its latest version of the NILS INSource product, which gives insurance compliance professionals a novel way to research complicated insurance regulatory requirements with the potential for increased accuracy and speed.
InSource Sales and Use Tax Offers Food & Beverage Option