Troy-based LinguaLinx awarded GSA schedule contract to provide translation and interpretation services to federal agencies

TROY – LinguaLinx, Inc., a provider of multilingual communication services such as document and website translation, announced today the awarding of its General Services Administration (GSA) Language Services Schedule 738 II Contract.
According to Jonathan Smith, the company’s Chief Operating Officer, the new GSA Schedule Contract expands competitive options available to federal agencies with a need for language translation and interpretation services.
“The contract has pre-negotiated pricing, terms and conditions,” Smith explained. “This places LinguaLinx on a select list of translation providers available to federal buyers via pre-competed contracts that are Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) compliant.”
LinguaLinx’s Sales Manager also emphasized the importance of a GSA Schedule Contract to the company’s strategy for expansion into federal government markets.
“We have served over 50 different local and state government agencies with great success and cost efficiency,” explained Jim Maziejka. “The key to reaching federal agencies and offering the same value is making it easy to contract with LinguaLinx. Our GSA Schedule saves buyers time and administrative cost. It affords federal agencies and LinguaLinx with the opportunity to focus on the task at hand rather than on negotiating contractual parameters.”
LinguaLinx’s GSA Schedule Contract Number GS-10F-092CA is valid through May 17, 2020 with exercise options through May of 2035. 
LinguaLinx is a full-service international communications company providing an array of services including document and website translation in over 200 languages, multilingual graphic design and layout, voiceover, subtitling, eLearning localization, website development and hosting and interpretation. We also offer proofreading, editing, technical writing and content creation services. More information can be obtained by visiting http://www.lingualinx.com.


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