Costs of Translation to the Irish Language

Rachel McLaughlin made this Informationsfreiheit request to Übersetzungszentrum für die Einrichtungen der Europäischen Union

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Dear Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

The cost that has incurred for the translation of EU documents to and from the language of Irish, dating from the inclusion of Irish as an offical language of the European Union in June 2005, up to the present date of this request.

The salaries paid to translators of the Irish language in the Translation Centre.

How many Irish translators are currently active, or have been active previously in the Translation Centre.

- The translation of documents includes those mentioned under "REGULATION No 1 determining the languages to be used by the European Economic Community" (1958):

1. Documents which a Member State or a person subject to the jurisdiction of a Member State sends to institutions of the Community.
The reply which is drafted in the same language.

2. Documents which an institution of the Community sends to a Member State or to a person subject to the jurisdiction of a Member State.

3. Regulations and other documents of general application

4. The Official Journal of the European Union.

5. Proceedings of the Court of Justice

and also including
6. Legislation, draft legislation and treaties.

Yours faithfully,

Rachel McLaughlin

Dear Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union,

I would like to note that you have not yet responded to my request promptly as normally required by law, RE: Costs of Translation to the Irish Language.

Yours faithfully,

Rachel McLaughlin

Übersetzungszentrum für die Einrichtungen der Europäischen Union

Dear Mrs McLaughlin,

We acknowedge receipt of your e-mail but unfortunately we could not find
any request from you. Could you please forward us your initial request?

Yours sincerely,

Claudine Lambert
The Director's office

From: Rachel McLaughlin <[FOI #957 email]>
To: information requests at CdT <[CdT request email]>,
Date: 26/11/2013 10:34
Subject: Re: access to information request - Costs of Translation
to the Irish Language

Dear Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union,

I would like to note that you have not yet responded to my request
promptly as normally required by law, RE: Costs of Translation to the
Irish Language.

Yours faithfully,

Rachel McLaughlin

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Dear Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union,

Here is my request, as made on November 04, 2013.

Dear Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as
developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which
contain the following information:

The cost that has incurred for the translation of EU documents to
and from the language of Irish, dating from the inclusion of Irish
as an offical language of the European Union in June 2005, up to
the present date of this request.

The salaries paid to translators of the Irish language in the
Translation Centre.

How many Irish translators are currently active, or have been
active previously in the Translation Centre.

- The translation of documents includes those mentioned under
"REGULATION No 1 determining the languages to be used by the
European Economic Community" (1958):

1. Documents which a Member State or a person subject to the
jurisdiction of a Member State sends to institutions of the
Community.
The reply which is drafted in the same language.

2. Documents which an institution of the Community sends to a
Member State or to a person subject to the jurisdiction of a Member
State.

3. Regulations and other documents of general application

4. The Official Journal of the European Union.

5. Proceedings of the Court of Justice

and also including
6. Legislation, draft legislation and treaties.

Yours faithfully,

Rachel McLaughlin

Übersetzungszentrum für die Einrichtungen der Europäischen Union

Dear Madam McLauglin,

Thank you for your email and interest in the Translation Centre.

The Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union provides
translation services for a large number of agencies and offices of the
European Union.
Unfortunately we have no document that would fit your description. We can
however provide you with some general information that will hopefully be
useful to you.

The following link gives access to a web page were the activity reports and
working programmes of the Translation Centre are published:

http://cdt.europa.eu/EN/documentation/Pa...

Hereafter there is also a link towards the vacancies for Irish translators
which have been published until date:

http://cdt.europa.eu/CDT%20Jobs/TEMPORAR...

http://cdt.europa.eu/CDT%20Jobs/(Grade%2...

We hope these informations will help you.

Yours Sincerely,

Director’s Office Secretariat
Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union
Nouvel Hémicycle
1, rue du Fort Thüngen
L-1499 Luxembourg

From: Rachel McLaughlin <[FOI #957 email]>
To: [email address],
Date: 26/11/2013 16:56
Subject: Re: access to information request - Costs of Translation to the
Irish Language

Dear Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union,

Here is my request, as made on November 04, 2013.

Dear Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as
developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which
contain the following information:

The cost that has incurred for the translation of EU documents to
and from the language of Irish, dating from the inclusion of Irish
as an offical language of the European Union in June 2005, up to
the present date of this request.

The salaries paid to translators of the Irish language in the
Translation Centre.

How many Irish translators are currently active, or have been
active previously in the Translation Centre.

- The translation of documents includes those mentioned under
"REGULATION No 1 determining the languages to be used by the
European Economic Community" (1958):

1. Documents which a Member State or a person subject to the
jurisdiction of a Member State sends to institutions of the
Community.
The reply which is drafted in the same language.

2. Documents which an institution of the Community sends to a
Member State or to a person subject to the jurisdiction of a Member
State.

3. Regulations and other documents of general application

4. The Official Journal of the European Union.

5. Proceedings of the Court of Justice

and also including
6. Legislation, draft legislation and treaties.

Yours faithfully,

Rachel McLaughlin

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