U.S. Department of Justice Selects Bowne for Interpretation Services
Press release from the issuing company
NEW YORK, Oct. 15 -- Bowne Global Solutions, a leading provider of interpretation and translation services, announced today that the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) has renewed its selection as the government agency's provider of on-site interpreters for immigration courts nationwide.
Under the terms of the new contract, BGS will provide on-site interpreters for any language that is required for immigration hearings at more than 140 DOJ locations nationwide, including those in Alaska, Hawaii, the Caribbean, and Guam. BGS, which manages the US DOJ account from its Washington, D.C. office, has a network of thousands of interpreters in the US, all of whom are trained and tested using stringent BGS guidelines.
"We're very pleased to be renewing our business relationship with the DOJ," said Jim Fagan, President and CEO of BGS. "Our dedicated interpretations team in Washington, D.C. has been providing services to the agency since 1986, a working relationship of which we're very proud. Under the leadership of BGS Senior Vice President Deane Dayton we can now continue that work, which this year alone will amount to approximately 80,000 interpreter orders in hundreds of languages."
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