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TSAs: What to Include and What to Watch Out for

May 21, 2020 | Ask-An-Expert Writeups | Security Policies and Strategy | By Rich Guida, IANS Faculty

In this report, we detail what should be included in a workable transitional service agreement (TSA) and offer tips for avoiding some common pitfalls.


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