Neil Albert on the Reality of Insourcing in 2011

Neil Albert

ExecutiveBiz spoke with MCR CEO Neil Albert about the future of the government’s insourcing practice and its impact on his firm:

“Neil Albert, president and CEO of MCR, LLC, has lost 200 employees to government insourcing in the last two years. The company lost 25 employees in November and December alone.

“‘We continue to see certain (government) organizations target and try to grow by taking contractors and canceling contracts, ” Albert said. ‘These agencies tell contractors they will no longer employ them unless they become federal employees.’

“Albert said he feels the end of 2011 should be the end of government insourcing, because it will be to costly for the government to continue to turn contractors into federal employees.”

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