Tag: government

The Translation Services Government Offices Need

The Translation Services Government Offices Need

May 6, 2019 |

Businesses and government offices need translation services for a variety of reasons. Often, even offices that employ people who speak several languages find that a professional translator provides the technical and localized expertise needed to make documents and conversations correct and productive. It is one thing to speak a language, it’s another to be able […]

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Meet Andres, Our Spanish Translator

Meet Andres, Our Spanish Translator

[ 0 ] September 9, 2013 |

Andres has been working for Alpha Omega Translations for many years. he was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he currently lives. He attended University in Buenos Aires, (Universidad del Museo Social Argentino), where he completed two majors: Interpreter and Sworn Translator. He paid for his education working as an English as a Second Language teacher, and […]

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AOT May Translator Spotlight: Tsiuri P.

AOT May Translator Spotlight: Tsiuri P.

Tsiuri P. was born and lives in Tbilisi, Georgia in the USSR. She studied Aviation in school in Tbilisi and has been a translator for 20 years. Tsiuri specializes in the legal, government, military, technical and medical fields and works with European organizations and companies such as Twinning and TACIS. Tsiuri is multilingual; she speaks […]

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Alpha Omega Translations Promotes Security

Alpha Omega Translations Promotes Security

[ 0 ] February 5, 2013 |

Alpha Omega Translations (AOT) has been working for more than fourteen years on issues of security throughout the world. AOT continues to be the key translator for several programs and centers within the United States Department of Defense (DOD). Some programs educate key leaders on the latest intelligence in security and defense. Others support the […]

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The European Union’s Multilingualism Policy

The European Union’s Multilingualism Policy

In 1958, there were just four official languages of the European Economic Community (which was the first iteration of today’s European Union, or EU): Dutch, German, Italian and French. These languages represented the languages of the first six countries to join the Community. Today, European Union membership has been extended to countries beyond typical Western […]

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