Valiant to Provide Language Services for AFRICOM Under $215M Task Order; Dan Corbett Quoted

Valiant Integrated Services has received a potential $215 million task order to provide translation, interpretation, transcription and other language services for U.S. Africa Command.

Army Intelligence and Security Command awarded the task order under the Department of Defense Language Interpretation and Translation Enterprise II contract, Valiant said Tuesday.

The linguist and cultural services the company will provide will support military operations and build up defense capabilities of African states and regional institutions against transnational threats.

Valiant CEO Dan Corbett said the company has been delivering language platforms and services to the U.S. armed forces and is proud to continue supporting servicemembers across Africa and worldwide.

“This award aligns with our strategy to focus on our core markets and further expand our geographic footprint, positioning Valiant for continued growth,” added Corbett.

Valiant also supports U.S. Central Command and U.S. European Command areas of operation through its language services.

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