Year 2000 Computer Problem: Myth and Reality
Committee members heard testimony on the Year 2000 computer problem, including how Americans should prepare, the status of federal and… read more
Committee members heard testimony on the Year 2000 computer problem, including how Americans should prepare, the status of federal and private efforts to create contingency plans, the impact the problem will have on investor confidence, and the impact of media hype leading up to January 1, 2000. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- James Barcia U.S. Representative [D] Michigan
- Patrick Campbell Executive Vice President NASDAQ-AMEX Market Group
- John A. Koskinen Chair President's Cncl. Year 2000 Conversion
- Ron Margolis Chief Information Officer University of New Mexico
- Constance "Connie" A. Morella U.S. Representative [R] Maryland
- Barry Scher Vice President Giant Food
- Joel Willemssen Director General Accounting Office->Accounting and Financial Mgmt.
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