WeInterpret.net Has Been Awarded the Interpreting Services Contract for Frederick County Government
Maryland Interpreting Services dba: WeInterpret.net has been awarded the Interpreting Services contract for Frederick County Government. This contract establishes an exclusive partnership between WeInterpret.net and Frederick County Government for all sign language interpreting needs within county government.
Leading the administrative team, WIN President, Tauna Faries states, “WeInterpret.net looks forward to working with Frederick County Government and the Deaf community again. The WIN Agency was established in this county in 1996; it is home for us.” Although founded in Frederick County, WIN has the ability to provide services nationwide.
With offices located in Maryland, New Mexico, and Oregon, WeInterpret.net (WIN) is dedicated to providing equal access through readily available interpreting. We are proud to support the local and national Deaf community through quality interpreting services. WIN was established as Maryland Interpreting Services in 1996. With the introduction of its services on the World Wide Web in 2003, the company changed its name to WeInterpret.net. Since then, WIN has expanded to provide interpreting services throughout the nation. WIN has extensive experience providing interpreters within government, corporate, medical, legal, educational, religious, and entertainment settings. The company has more than 1,700 qualified and professional staff and contractor interpreters. This makes it possible for WIN to provide thousands of hours of service each month. WIN is constantly striving to meet the needs of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities effectively and efficiently.
About Frederick County
Frederick County Government consists of the governing body of Frederick County, Maryland. Frederick County is located in Northern Maryland and holds the title of largest Maryland County by land. Due to the county’s inclusion in the Arlington-Washington-Alexandria Statistical Area, there has been a steady increase in growth and population since the county’s establishment. Frederick County is currently governed by county commissioners. Beginning December 1st, 2014, however, the county government will transition to a charter home rule format, as voted on by county residents.