A European Commission Directorate General, also called DGT

The Directorate-General for Translation (DGT) translates texts for the European Commission — into and out of the EU's 24 official languages, and a few others when needed. We deal exclusively with written texts.

7 requests
Irish language staff and annual costs
Request sent to Translation by Abdul Hai on .

Long overdue.

How many staff have you recruited or are recruiting for Irish? How much will this new language cost per year? Yours faithfully, Abdul Hai...
Welsh language
Request sent to Translation by Marcus Jones on .

Long overdue.

- Information about the change to the co-official status of the Welsh language since Brexit - What reply will be provided to correspondence re...
Copyright waiver agreement
Request sent to Translation by Silvia Mahutova on .

Long overdue.

Copyright waiver agreement entered into between Directorate-General for Translation of the European Commission and the IFRS Foundation (IASB) in...
Work with Palantir
Response by Translation to Mathias Schindler on .

Information not held.

[1]Ares(2020)3868943 - RE: access to documents request - Work with Palantir Sent by ve_dgt.access-documents (DGT) <[email address]>. All responses...
Refused registration to Access to Documents requests
Response by Translation to Mathias Schindler on .

Information not held.

Dear Mr Schindler, Please find enclosed Mr Martikonis' reply to your request of access to documents. Best regards, European Commission DG TRANSLATIO...
Memos, guidance and guidelines on record creation
Follow up sent to Translation by Mireia Crespo Castellano on .


Thank you very much for your response. Yours faithfully, Mireia Crespo Castellano Access Info Europe
"Cost of translating EU documentation into the Irish language"
Response by Translation to Sarah Bermingham on .

Partially successful.

Dear Ms Bermingham,   Thank you for your e-mail and for your interest in DGT.   As my colleague has explained, we have no document that would fit y...

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