Serco keeps million dollar Language Line interpreter contract

Paul McBeth
Thu, 21 Jul 2016

By Paul McBeth July 21 (BusinessDesk) - Serco Australia's citizen services division has kept its $1 million contract to provide interpretation services for a growing number of non-English speaking New Zealanders.  The Department of Internal Affairs awarded the contract to provide the Office of Ethnic Communities' Language Line service for one year, with up to two yearly extensions, it said in a statement. Serco has held the contract for the past seven years and beat out rivals when the service was put up for tender earlier this year. ...

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