Elkins Park, PA, October 21, 2010– Jiri Stejskal is pleased to announce that CETRA Federal Services opens its new office at the Ronald Reagan Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC today. Operations will be managed by CETRA’s Director of Federal Services, Matt Richman.
The division of CETRA Language Solutions was created to better serve CETRA’s growing number of federal customers. Drawing on years of experience with federal contracts, as well as extensive experience in the language and globalization industry overall, CETRA Federal Services is well positioned to support the global mission of the United States.
Jiri Stejskal comments: “I am delighted that we were able to open our office in a building which is dedicated to international trade and globalization. We’ll be in fine company there with U.S. Agency for International Development, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, World Trade Center Association and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars among our neighbors.”
Matt Richman says: “In creating a Federal Services division entirely devoted to the needs of our federal customers and prime contractor partners and teammates, CETRA will be able to deliver better services and expand our work with those agencies and companies who work to further U.S. policy at home and abroad. Our location at the Ronald Reagan Center will put us at the center of this activity.”
CETRA Federal Services provides translation, interpretation, American Sign Language and services for the Deaf and hard of hearing, website localization, multilingual typesetting, voice-overs, transcription services, and linguist subject matter experts to federal entities and prime contractors around the world. Matt Richman can be reached at 202-595-4089 or firstname.lastname@example.org. More information at www.cetrafed.com
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