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Y2K The Big Issue Abstract and Executive Overview What is the Y2K issue This paper will describe the problems associated with Y2K and how Industry Government and Small Businesses are handling the problem The first chapter introduces the Y2K issues Chapter 2 will define how this affects the different businesses and Government agencies Chapter 3 will develop an overall plan on how to attack the problem and recommendations The majority of this paper will develop a plan on how each of the businesses and Government agencies should attack the Y2K problems There should be a logical approach to planning how to investigate test validate and if required develop a contingency plan for Y2K The job is to either form a team of personnel or hire a consulting firm to assess your situation The team should employ the following steps assess the system renovate the system if necessary validate the renovation if necessary implement the renovation if necessary test the renovation if necessary and finally have a contingency plan in the event that renovating the system is not feasible andor is too late The only necessary or required action is to assess the system This will be discussed in detail in my paper The real issue is that less than a year remains before the year 2000 problems are here The recommendation is to begin working this issue now It may be too late but that is when the contingency plan comes in handy TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 What are the Y2K Issues 2 What impacts are theyre to Government Industry and Small Business 3 What can Government Industry and Small Business Do to Combat the Y2K Issues 4 Recommendation 5 References 6 Glossary 7 Resume Chapter 1 What are the Y2K Issues There are actually more dates than just the year 2000 date There are dates that can impact the leap
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