Prevent a Lapse in Service
With the expiration of the FedRelay contract, agencies need a new trusted source for Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) and Communication Access Real-Time Translation (CART) services to foster an inclusive work environment for consumers who are Deaf and hard of hearing (D/HH).
Video Relay Service (VRS), and other true relay services, are being transitioned from GSA over to the FCC, and agencies can continue to receive those services through the FCC. MAIG can provide onsite ASL interpreting, VRI, and remote and onsite CART, which are no longer covered by GSA and will not be covered by FCC. MAIG can provide these services through our approved GSA MAS schedule or a direct 8(a) award.
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What will be covered by FCC TRS?
Gaps in services MAIG will cover
Serving D.C. Metro Areas Since 2005
We are certified to provide the best service.
MAIG’s ASL interpreters are all nationally certified through RID and/or NAD and qualified to transmit accurate interpreting using a variety of modalities and formats, including ASL, PSE, team interpreting using CDIs, tactile and protactile Deaf-Blind interpreting, and low vision/restricted vision interpreting. We have one of the largest and most skilled pools of qualified ASL interpreters in the nation, maintaining an active roster of more than 450 interpreters across the US. All CART providers, both onsite and remote, hold NCRA certifications.
We're a highly qualified, skilled service provider with one of largest pools ASL interpreters in the nation.
Video Remote Interpreting
Choose between our web-based platform or on-demand interpreting app for ASL and foreign languages.
Communication Access Real-time Captioning (CART) offers 99.1% accurate verbatum transcripts post assignment.