Find someone local who works as an independent and who
can do it direct. Your company will have no overheads
such as recruiter costs, and the work will stay in
this country.  That person will probably do a better
job because they should be able to come on site if
needed to meet with those involved in the project.

--- Jon Harvey <JHarvey at> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I know what kind of discussion this can get into but
> I'd like to ask a
> question anyway.
> My manager has give approval for me to hire a
> documentation contractor
> as long as that person can be gotten from an
> offshore locale where the
> expense isn't as high as it would be to hire someone
> in the U.S. We've
> used other offshore companies in the past with some
> success but don't
> want to end up being dependent on them-we'd like to
> diversify our list
> of vendors. Can anyone recommend a headhunter or how
> to go about finding
> one offshore?
> Jon Harvey
> Manager, Desktop Documentation
> CambridgeSoft Corporation
> 100 CambridgePark Drive
> Cambridge, MA 02140
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To the full-voiced choir below,
In service high, and anthems clear,
As may with sweetness, through mine ear,
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