November 10, 1999
MEMORANDUM FOR THE HEADS OF SELECTED DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
|FROM:||Jacob J. Lew
|SUBJECT:||Reporting Y2K Compliance of Non-mission Critical Systems|
As we complete the work of making our mission critical systems Y2K compliant, we need to assure that we continue to make progress on our other systems. In OMB Memorandum 99-21, "Revised Reporting Guidance on Year 2000 Efforts" (August 6, 1999) we asked for a description of progress in assuring that non-mission critical systems are compliant.
As part of this description of progress in your November 15th report, please include the total number of non-mission critical systems in your agency and the number which are now Y2K compliant. Also indicate the date for which you expect your last non-mission critical system to become Y2K compliant. Finally, provide any other information about the status of your non-mission critical systems that you believe would be helpful to our understanding of the progress you have made.
Thank you for your continued work and cooperation in this critical effort. It is vital that we continue to work closely together on this problem as January approaches.
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