insourcing


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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).

insourcing

(ˈɪnˌsɔːsɪŋ)
n
(Commerce) the practice of subcontracting work to another company that is under the same general ownership
ˈinˌsource vb
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Based on GAO's prior work, this statement discusses (1) civilian agencies' development and implementation of guidelines to consider whether contracted functions should be brought in-house --a process known as insourcing; (2) OMB's proposed policy on work reserved for federal employees; (3) challenges agencies face in managing the federal workforce; and (4) key tools available for insourcing and related efforts.
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