transitive + intransitive
: to procure (something, such as goods or services needed by a business or organization) from domestic or in-house sources rather than from foreign or outside suppliers : to contract for work, jobs, etc., to be done by in-house or domestic workers
- More recently, Physicians Mutual insourced the previously outsourced administration of a particular product.
- —Anne Rawland Gabriel
— compare outsource
- Employment guarantees are not the only reason to insource, and car makers are not the only companies doing it.
- —The Economist