This book explains the year 2000 problem in non-technical terms from a woman's perspective with an emphasis on preparing your home for a possible disruption in everyday life. It not only explains the Y2K problem, but it also explains in detail why you should be prepared for any emergency, natural or man-made (Y2K). It provides answers to common questions in a "Dear Abby" like style with a focus on the special needs and concerns of women.
United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Intelligence
Lessons Learned Can Be Applied to Other Management Challenges
Author: Joel C. Willemssen
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
The Year 2000 (Y2K) challenge was a major test of the nation's ability to protect our computer systems and the critical operations and infrastructures they support. The government successful met the Y2K challenge. However, major mgmt. challenges remain in areas such as computer security and critical infrastructure protection. This report (1) identifies lessons the federal government has learned from Y2K applicable to improving federal information technology (IT) mgmt., (2) identifies lessons that individual agencies can apply to mgmt. of future IT initiatives, and (3) discusses how the momentum generated by the government's Y2K efforts can be sustained.