Insourcing: A guide to bringing local authority services back in-house
The purpose of this guide is to analyse the return of local authority delivery to in-house providers.
Our approach has been to ask fundamental questions about insourcing that will be of interest to practitioners and policymakers. What services are being insourced? Why are they being brought back in-house? What are the benefits of doing so?
Our research answers these questions and provides a series of case studies to explore insourcing in greater detail. This guide also offers councils considering bringing services back in-house a chance to learn from the experience of those who have already done so. It concludes with a checklist of issues for local authorities to consider when contemplating insourcing.
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