Directorate-General for Translation

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The Directorate-General for Translation (DGT), located in Brussels and Luxembourg, provides translation of written text into and out of the European Union's twenty-four official languages. With an annual output of about 1.5 million pages, it is the largest translation service in the world, employing some 1,750 linguists.

DGT maintains own fork of OmegaT software named DGT-OmegaT.[1]

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  1. ^ "Free open source software – CAT Tools: OmegaT in DGT, its Wizard, Tagwipe and TeamBase (Part 1)" (PDF). European Commission. 2017.

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