Y2K and Contingency and Day 1 Plans: If Computers Fail, what Will We Do? : Joint Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Government Management, Information, and Technology of the Committee on Government Reform and the Subcommittee on Technology of the Committee on Science, House of Representatives, One Hundred Sixth Congress, First Session, October 29, 1999
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1999 - Emergency management - 115 pages
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2000 compliant 2000 Computing 2000 transition activities assess BCCP business continuity plans Chairman Chief Information Officer completed computer systems conducted continuity and contingency continuity and zero core business processes Cosgrave Day One planning Day One strategies Deborah Oppenheim December December 30 Department of Defense Department's developed disruptions efforts end-to-end testing ensure event example facilities failure Federal agencies Gilligan Government Management guidance hearing identify impact implemented Information Coordination Center infrastructure Internal Revenue Service inventory issues January 1st Langston Lorentz mission critical systems mission-critical systems mitigate monitoring nuclear October Operational Contingency Plans partners percent personnel plans and Day Postal Service potential prepared priority procedures ready refunds response risk rollover period rollover weekend safety-related systems Social Security Social Security Administration Spotila staff status Subcommittee on Government Thank Turner update Willemssen Y2K compliant Y2K problem zero day plans