ACSI Translations Contributes to 2014 Grand ClearMark Award-Winning Entry

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ACSI Translations, a Washington, D.C., based translation and interpretation firm, completed the Spanish translation for a government form that won the 2014 Grand ClearMark Award

ACSI Translations made a significant contribution to this year’s winning entry for the Grand ClearMark Award, a top recognition honoring the best use of plain language in print and online communications by government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and private industry.

The entry, an integrated loan estimate form for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB),originated from Kleimann Communication. Kleimann selected ACSI Translations to produce Spanish translation using the results of qualitative testing, also conducted by ACSI. The process helped convert complex terminology to plain and simple Spanish terminology that could be easily understood by various demographics and sociographics within the U.S. Hispanic market.

“These loan disclosures speak clearly to the Spanish audience at a national level, which will improve the homebuyer experience by enabling more informed decisions. Because we have a unique understanding of the complexities and diversity of one of the most influential communities in the U.S., we see our work in translating the forms as an enormous opportunity to help people get one step closer to the American dream,” stated Andrés Echeverri, President and CEO.

About ACSI Translations

ACSI Translations launched in 2011 as a certified woman and minority owned company specializing in official subject matter translations and multilingual staffing services. The firm is 8(a) certified, MBE certified in the state of Maryland, and CBE certified in the District of Columbia. Its focus on technical translation services in multiple languages for themedical, legal, and technological fields extends to the governmental, financial, nonprofit, marketing, and PR sectors. To learn more about ACSI Translations, visit

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