The Knesset bylaws demand that each and every committee meeting be transcribed. As these are official, sensitive and important records, only the best of the best can succeed in this task. From our very beginning, back when we were called “Hever Translators” and until today, we have transcribed many dozens of important committees – both confidential and open, and as far as we’re concerned, this is another mark of quality for the work we do.
The committees we have transcribed include the committee investigating the Rabin assassination, the Agranat Committee (the state committee that investigated the Yom Kippur War), the Sabra and Shatila investigation committee (the Cohen Committee), the report of the Second Lebanese War investigation committee and many more.
When necessary, our expert teams undergo civilian security classifications, so that they will be able to sit in on the discussion and make sure that no word spoken has been missed.