NAICS 541930: Vendors that win government contracts in this category are primarily engaged in translating written material and interpreting speech from one language to another and establishments primarily engaged in providing sign language services.


  • Interpretation Services, Language
  • Language Interpretation Services
  • Language Services (e.g., Interpretation, Sign, Translation)
  • Language Translation Services
  • Sign Language Services
  • Speech (i.e., Language) Interpretation Services

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American Sign Language (ASL) Regional Office (RO) Reno Last updated 3 days ago / Department of Veterans Affairs
Due 6/5/17

VA101V-17-Q-0200 ASL Services RO RenoThe Pacific District Contracting Team plans to award under Part 13 Simplified Acquisition Procedures, a single firm-fixed-price contract to provide American Sign Language (ASL) to the Regional Office (RO) Reno. To be eligible for this VA Veteran Owned Small Busin... read more

Medical Liaison Translator Last updated 4 days ago / Department of the Air Force
Due 6/19/17

This solicitation is for medical translator services for the 18th Medical Group on Kadena AB, Okinawa, Japan read more

Translation and Interpretation Services Last updated 1 week ago / Department of the Army
Sources Sought
Due 5/27/17

A potential solicitation may follow this sources sought. We are looking for interested companies to:1) Review PWSa. Provide input to the type of language certifications and determine if any company can obtain the requested certifications. Are there other industry standards that provide a fair measur... read more

Medical Translation Service Last updated 1 week ago / Department of the Air Force
Sources Sought
Due 5/24/17

NOTICE: This is NOT a synopsis or solicitation and no contracts will result from this notice. This is a Sources Sought Notice to determine potential sources and requirement specific information. No reimbursement will be made for any costs associated with providing information in response to this... read more