SOSi Language Service Gets Industry Certification

SOSi Language Service Gets Industry Certification - top government contractors - best government contracting event

SOS International has received a new certification for the firm's performance of language services.

Orion Assessment Services, a Canada-based standards evaluation organization, conducted the ASTM F3130-18 accreditation that verifies the longevity, reliability and credibility of a company's service, SOSi said Wednesday.

The certification follows an industry standard that helps public and private sector entities select suitable service providers.

“To qualify for this accreditation, a company must adhere to meticulously established guidelines that ensure it has the policies, processes, procedures and resources needed to provide quality language services,“ said Charles O'Brien, language services program director at SOSi.

The accreditation required assessments across multiple service areas such as client satisfaction, law compliance, recruiting ability, security and financial health.

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