Sourcing Policy: Initial Agency Efforts to Balance the Government to Contractor Mix in the Multisector Workforce

Sourcing Policy: Initial Agency Efforts to Balance the Government to Contractor Mix in the Multisector Workforce

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Federal agencies face a complicated set of decisions in finding the right mix of govAit. and contractor personnel to conduct their missions. But, agencies face challenges with increased reliance on contractors to perform core agency missions. A March 2009 Presidential memo tasked the Office of Mgmt. and Budget (OMB) to take several actions in response to this concern. 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 fed. employees; (3) challenges agencies face in managing the federal workforce; and (4) key tools available for insourcing. Illustrations.For example, information on the type of service contracts and the number of contractor-equivalent personnel may not be readily available ... For example, we have reported that agencies faced challenges with developing workforce inventories under the FAIR Act of 1998, ... as inherently governmental or commercial.19 Our work on the acquisition workforces at DHS and DOD reported that the departmentsanbsp;...


Title:Sourcing Policy: Initial Agency Efforts to Balance the Government to Contractor Mix in the Multisector Workforce
Author: John K. Needham
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 2010-10
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