� Will cost savings actually be realized after accounting for management of the project, revision and change orders, and customer acceptance?

� Have the cost associated with knowledge transfer, software licenses, and local resources been accounted?

� For financial analysis models used to evaluate outsourcing costs, are currency fluctuations taken into account?


� What level of quality are you expecting from the offshore third-party and can they deliver it?

� How will quality be determined and measured?

� What risk management or contingency plan is in place in the event of a failure to deliver?

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