NEW ($10.2 million) D.C. Computer System Starts off With Glitch (should've been up 2 yrs ago) - Article/LINK : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

The two biggest points is that the computer started 2 years late, and even then, didn't operate to full expectations.

Too, in the article it mentions
Andrews said he was on the phone to the credit union all day, as calls streamed into his office and other agencies, to help ensure that the bank didn't bounce any checks and that no charges or penalties would be brought against the affected D.C. employees.

With electricity and communications on the blink, do you think they would be able to rectify this "glitch" during a days time?

Mr. K
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