2 March 2023 – Acolad, global leader in content and language solutions, has recently renewed its long-standing contract with the Publications Office of the European Union, which has been running since 2006. The partnership, aimed at providing consolidation work of the Publications Office legal acts into 24 languages is now set to continue until 2027.
“Through our strong expertise in the EU Public sector, Acolad has always been committed to providing the Publications Office of the European Union with world-class publishing services and project support that meet the organization’s complex requirements. We greatly value our continued relationship with them and the whole Publishing team at Acolad is looking forward to further developing our successful cooperation,” says Madalina Gavrila-Milliot, General Manager for Public Sector & Media at Acolad.
The current contract
The services encompassed by the Acolad’s agreement with the Publications Office includes the preparation of texts, editing, proofreading, typesetting, designing layouts and cross-media publishing. It covers the entire consolidation and publishing of their legal acts in the 24 official European languages and quality checks on the form and content.
Despite a long-standing history with the Publications Office of the European Union, Acolad went through a strictly regulated and challenging Public RFP process to achieve the renewal and the contract was awarded based objectively of the quality of the offer.
Acolad is the global leader in content and language solutions. Its mission is to support companies in every industry to scale across markets and enable growth through cutting-edge technology and localization expertise. Established in 1993, the group is present in 25 countries across Europe, North America, and Asia, with over 2.500 employees supported by a network of +20.000 linguists around the world. www.acolad.com
About the Publications Office of the European Union
The Publications Office of the European Union is the official provider of publishing services to all EU institutions, bodies, and agencies. As such, it is a central point of access to EU law, publications, open data, research results, procurement notices and other official information. Its mission is to support EU policies and ensure that this broad range of information is available to the public as accessible and reusable data to facilitate transparency, economic activity and the diffusion of knowledge.