When Philadelphia, the nation’s sixth most populous city, saw its translation costs increase 10 percent last year and project another 5-10% more this year, it knew it had a problem on its hands. So they did something about it, and used technology to save time and money by reusing duplicate translations across its departments. According to a report from SDL, a provider of translation services, at least 66% of a city’s translation projects are duplications, which creates an opportunity for public sector organizations to not only share within, but between other cities. Read on for short case studies on what leaders across the public sector are doing about it.

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