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State of Ohio takes the initiative, bans IT outsourcing to India

American government finally sees the  economy lose and unemployment rise that the country is facing.

Ohio state government takes the first step in the outsourcing saga, by completely banning the  project’s outsourcing to foreign land.  Now, this means one message, “Bye Bye Asians”

Ohio governor Ted Strickland said in an executive order passed last month,”There are pervasive service delivery problems with offshore providers, including dissatisfaction with the quality of their services and with the fact that services are being provided offshore,”

Though other states have not yet taken any decision on banning the outsourcing, State of Ohio brave move may motivate them to do so in future.

And why not? Seeing its own people in misery and unemployed, the government should come up with some thing like this.

I have an hunch West Virginia will follow state of Ohio. The reason for that will be the lawsuit filed by West Virginia Public Workers Union against the states office of technology for outsourcing the IT jobs when its own people is in trouble.

I think the happy days for Indian Companies may come to end citing  the outsourcing ban.

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  • letsbesane

    I was a contract worker but returned within 2 years, before my 3 year period. My question is what took the USA government 10 years to realise that their own people were in trouble. The imbalance was so obvious to me that I decided to return.

  • Esther

    Is this article outsourced? I think so.

  • http://www.microsourcing.com Karen Cayamanda

    The ban has raised panic among India’s IT companies, but Ohio’s ban is little more than a dent to India’s IT industry–government sanctioned projects make up just 5% of their profit; most of it they make off private American firms.