Application of corporate outsourcing methods to the Department of Defense
Power, William C.
Euske, Kenneth J.
Hage, William J.
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In the face of the growing application of outsourcing, the Department of Defense lacks a methodology to assess which organizational functions ought to be outsourced. Without such a methodology, The Department of Defense is likely to misapply resources in outsourcing efforts. This thesis examines the outsourcing policies and practices of two U.S. corporations to provide lessons and models for use developing a methodology for Department of Defense activities to assess feasibility for specific outsourcing initiatives.
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