Legal Aspects Relevant to Outsourcing Transit Functions Not Traditionally Outsourced
infrastructure - maintainance, organisation - contracting, organisation - workforce planning, place - north america
legal aspects, outsourcing, maintenance services, security services, human resources, call centre services, marketing, advertising
Legal Aspects Relevant to Outsourcing Transit Functions Not Traditionally Outsourced focus on the legal aspects relevant to outsourcing transit functions not traditionally outsourced, such as maintenance services, architectural and engineering work, custodial services, security services, human resources, call center services, and marketing and advertising. For the purpose of the report, revenue operations and paratransit services are considered traditional outsourced transit functions.
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Duff, D., Starke, J.S., Woodman, G.K. & Coburn, T. (2011). Legal aspects relevant to outsourcing transit function not traditionally outsourced. Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Legal Research Digest 38: 27 pp.