Language Support for Government
Bringing Languages Together
Our world is growing more and more interconnected, with cultures and languages flowing across borders. It is important that government officials are able to convey their messages to all those they represent and to provide equal language access for consumers. We provide accurate translation and interpretation services so that agencies can ensure that their constituents are kept up-to-date and get the chance to hear what they have to say.
We have translators and interpreters experienced in government settings with the cultural context necessary to provide reliable translations and interpretations.
Notices, election material, website information, educational material translated into constituents' preferred languages
Both consecutive and simultaneous professional on-site interpreting
On-Demand interpreting to communicate with consumers on the phone
Best language practices to enable your government agency to support consumers across language barriers
“We utilize Language Network for document translation of newsletters, notices, articles, and mailers. The translation services have always been completed on time. I highly recommend Language Network!”
Language Network has 27+ years of expertise supporting government agencies. We have experience working in everything from municipal government to state agencies. Our goal is to enable cross-cultural communication in all your consumers' preferred languages through our services..
Trusted by hundreds of government organizations.
Get the best language support across departments through our wide range of translation and interpreting services
Know you have an experienced partner helping you stay compliant with language access regulations
Engage your diverse consumers across cultural and linguistic barriers
Yes, we can provide certified translations and certified interpreters although it is important to recognize that not all situations require certification.
We have interpreters with California Court and Administrative Certification, Federal Court Certification, and Medical Certification. Certification is not available for many rare languages and therefore not required.