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Overseas Outsourcing Brews Backlash

Recent reports indicate a domestic backlash is brewing against firms who outsource IT services to foreign-based companies. Two recent examples took place in late November, when Indiana's governor cancelled a $15.2 million contract with a company in India to upgrade the state's unemployment claims processing system (subsequently granting it to an Indiana-based company). And Dell announced it would ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mark Retrac 12/15/03


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