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State of Georgia and ALC, Inc

 

ALC was selected from among a competitive field of service providers to support the entire State of Georgia with American Sign Language needs.

Through our past performance on similar contracts, ALC has gained vast knowledge and understanding of ASL, including their unique requirements and attributes. As such, ALC is fully prepared and qualified to maintain all interpreter schedules, coordinate all sign language needs and maintain a daily task list of services requested by any of the organizations encompassed by the State of Georgia. ALC understands that the on-call services require the interpreters to remain flexible on assignments and be adaptable to changes that may develop during the timeframe of the assignment. Along these lines, we have a large pool of ASL interpreters, available on an as needed basis to meet the State’s communication requirements. The ASL interpreter needs will be coordinated on a case-by-case basis for other Deaf and/or Hard of Hearing staff of State’s organizations.

ALC’s management team is fully qualified to assume the associated responsibilities and have past experience in needs analysis, statewide staffing, and operation of multifaceted contracts. ALC currently has all the resources necessary to support any language operation, including those involving:

 

ALC understands that the actual number of interpreters and service times are contingent on State organizations’ requests. Uninterrupted task performance is essential and is ALC’s goal. As such, ALC has recruited a specific pool of sign language interpreters available to fill assignments on less than 24 hours’ notice.

RID Code of Professional Conduct

ALC clearly understands that the requirements listed in the statement of work are to be upheld while reflecting the “Code of Professional Conduct” as outlined by the Registry for Interpreters for the Deaf (RID). ALC interpreters adhere to standards of confidential communication for all levels of interaction. Each of the ASL Interpreters proposed for this requirement possess the professional skills and knowledge required for financial interpretation and language situations. ALC interpreters conduct themselves in a manner appropriate to the specific interpreting situation and demonstrate respect for consumers while maintaining ethical business practices.

Task Orders.

If your organization is entitled to use this vehicle, the ordering can be done quickly and efficiently. A simple email or call can get an ASL interpreter within 24 hours under the current contract. All your organization has to do is contact our Contracting Officer and simply add the organization’s name to the contract as a participant. We’ll take it from there.

If you need additional information or assistance getting your organization onto the Statewide Contract, please do not hesitate to contact our Senior Program Manager, Mark Molins at [email protected] or by phone at (301)881-8884.