RussTech Language Services
July 05, 2012
RussTech Language Services, Inc. - a woman owned and operated small business - has been awarded a new contract by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, WA. Under this contract, RussTech will provide technical translation and interpreting support for ongoing international activities aimed at safeguarding nuclear materials located in Russia and other republics in the former Soviet Union.
RussTech, which has collaborated with PNNL in such endeavors since 1995, also holds multi-language, multiple year contracts with the Lawrence Livermore, Los Alamos, and Oak Ridge national laboratories. Founded in 1994, RussTech is a full service company that has completed assignments in more that 60 languages and dialects, including over 30 languages specifically for DOE labs.
In announcing this new contract Dr. Marilyn J. Young, RussTech president and CEO, said, “It is very gratifying that PNNL has extended our long association with the laboratory as it pursues the critical mission of safeguarding weapons grade material around the world. By implementing nuclear material protection, control, and accounting measures over the past twenty years, the U.S. Department of Energy has made the world a much safer place. Everyone who works at RussTech is energized by our ability to contribute to this important work. We are extremely proud of the fact that throughout our corporate existence 100% of all contract options have been exercised by our DOE clients.”
Information regarding the nuclear safety and security measures undertaken by the National Nuclear Security Administration can be found at http://energy.gov/nuclear-security-safety. More information about RussTech’s capabilities and experience can be found at the following website: www.russtechinc.com.
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