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Y2K Archives
October 30, 1999
FBI Warns Of Millennial Violence Risk (The Washington Post)
State Dept. Grants Early Leave for Y2K (The Washington Post)

October 26, 1999
There's Hope Yet For Prehistoric PCs (The Washington Post)

October 22, 1999
Stocks Fall On IBM's Bad News (The Washington Post)

October 20, 1999
FEMA Ready for Y2K (The Washington Post)

October 5, 1999
Montgomery Nearly Prepared for Y2K (The Washington Post)

September 30, 1999
Y2K Scams on the Internet (The Washington Post)

September 27, 1999
Worries About Medicare Providers (The Washington Post)
White House Urges Small Businesses to Make Needed Repairs -- and Soon (The Washington Post)

September 25, 1999
Williams Accepts Blame for Y2K Problems (The Washington Post)

September 24, 1999
District Hires Firm to Track Y2K Spending (The Washington Post)
IMF to Make Loans to Help Countries Hurt by Y2K (The Washington Post)

September 22, 1999
Big Corporations, U.S. Agencies Predict Y2K Disruptions Will Be Limited and Local (The Washington Post)

September 18, 1999
Greenspan: Fear Not Y2K (The Washington Post)
City Readies for Y2K With Generators (The Washington Post)

September 14, 1999
OMB Says Y2K Work is 97 Percent Done (The Washington Post)

September 11, 1999
U.S., Russia Agree to Establish Y2K Center (The Washington Post)

September 10, 1999
State Department's System Runs Smoothly in Global Test (The Washington Post)
Date Fate: All Nines Are Fine (The Washington Post)

September 9, 1999
Fed Takes Y2K Steps (The Washington Post)
9s Won't Add Up To Trouble (The Washington Post)

September 7, 1999
State Dept. to Report on Foreign Debugging (The Washington Post)

September 4, 1999
Social Security Learns It Isn't So Y2K-Compliant After All (The Washington Post)

September 2, 1999
Companies Scrambling for Emergency Cash (The Washington Post)
Local Officials Answer Y2K's Worst-Case Scenarios With Teamwork (The Washington Post)
Montgomery County Predicts Few Disruptions (The Washington Post)

August 25, 1999
Bankers Preach The Gospel of Y2K (The Washington Post)

August 19, 1999
Vienna Wants Y2K Telecom Guarantee (The Washington Post)

August 13, 1999
D.C. Falls Behind on Y2K Fix, GAO Says (The Washington Post)

August 10, 1999
The Bug That Health Care Can't Shake (The Washington Post)

August 6, 1999
Schools Behind in Y2K Computer Repairs, White House Says (The Washington Post)

August 5, 1999
Nuclear Plants' Y2K Repairs Delayed (The Washington Post)

August 4, 1999
Local Crisis Groups Are Bugged at a Year 2000-Complacent Public (The Washington Post)
Power Industry Says It Isn't Y2K-Worried (The Washington Post)

July 30, 1999
White House to Coordinate Round-the-Clock Monitoring (The Washington Post)

July 29, 1999
Banking on Y2K Safety (The Washington Post)
Howard County on Y2K: Be Prepared, Not Scared (The Washington Post)

July 28, 1999
D.C. Officials Try To Ease Y2K Worries (The Washington Post)

July 27, 1999
Prisons Will Greet the New Year on Guard (The Washington Post)

July 25, 1999
Southern Maryland Discovers Few Glitches in Statewide Simulation Exercise (The Washington Post)

July 23, 1999
Global Survey Foresees Many Y2K Glitches (The Washington Post)

July 8, 1999
For Many, New Year's 2000 Means Work (The Washington Post)

July 2, 1999
Airlines Reported Nearly Ready for Y2K (The Washington Post)

July 1, 1999
Y2K Deal Survives Second Thoughts (The Washington Post)

June 30, 1999
Deal Reached on Bill to Limit Y2K Liability (The Washington Post)

June 29, 1999
D.C. Seeks Funds To Finish Y2K Fix (The Washington Post)

June 28, 1999
D.C. Plans To Mobilize Workers for Y2K Backup (The Washington Post)

June 24, 1999
Hill Republicans Try to Dunk Gore in Some Y2K Hot Water (The Washington Post)

June 19, 1999
Manassas Fumbling Toward Y2K (The Washington Post)

June 18, 1999
Glitch in Y2K Test Causes Spill Of Raw Sewage Into City Park (The Washington Post)

June 16, 1999
Senators Pass Y2K Suit Limits (The Washington Post)
Learning to Use the Old Ways – Just in Case (The Washington Post)
Fairfax Tackles Y2K Glitch (The Washington Post)

June 11, 1999
Republicans Postpone Vote on Y2K Measure (The Washington Post)

June 2, 1999
Getting Ready for Y2Kd (The Washington Post)

June 1, 1999
Utah Senator Plans to Be Prepared (The Washington Post)

May 26, 1999
Plan for Y2K Errors In Trading, Group Says (The Washington Post)

May 21, 1999
OPM Says It's Y2K-Ready (The Washington Post)

May 18, 1999
Maryland Declared Virtually Y2K-Ready (The Washington Post)
Software Expert Argues Against Limited Y2K Liability (The Washington Post)

May 7, 1999
Gore Caught in Y2K Liability Cross-Fire (The Washington Post)

May 2, 1999
Manassas Puts Y2K Trouble-Shooting Into Overdrive (The Washington Post)

April 30, 1999
Securities Group Says Wall Street Passes Y2K Test (The Washington Post)

April 28, 1999
Lawmakers Work to Keep Liability Bill Alive (The Washington Post)

April 26, 1999
HCFA and GAO Still Disagree on Medicare Readiness (The Washington Post)

April 22, 1999
Lobbyists Given Key Role In Y2K Relief Legislation
(The Washington Post)
Y2K Readiness Mixed, White House Report Says (The Washington Post)

April 12, 1999
Air Traffic Is a Go in Y2K Test (The Washington Post)

April 10, 1999
Pepco Passes a Preliminary Y2K Test (The Washington Post)

April 4, 1999
Stafford to Collaborate With Region on Y2K (The Washington Post)

March 31, 1999
'Mission Critical' Systems Are Meeting the Deadline, Mostly (The Washington Post)

March 25, 1999
Can Software Companies Be Sued for Y2K Problems? (The Washington Post)

March 22, 1999
Consumers' Panic Could Cause the Very Problems They Fear (The Washington Post)

March 19, 1999
Prince George's Still Trying to Catch Up (The Washington Post)
Data Exchanges With States in Question (The Washington Post)

March 16, 1999
FAA Flying to Catch Up (The Washington Post)

March 3, 1999
Y2K Glitch Leads District Council to Cede Control (The Washington Post)

February 21, 1999
Preparing for Others' Lack of Preparation (The Washington Post)

January 21, 1999
Foreign Nations Trail U.S. On Y2K Fixes (The Washington Post)

January 8, 1999
Federal Emergency Command Centers Planned (The Washington Post)

January 4, 1999
Hurdles in Medicare's Race for A Fix (The Washington Post)

December 29, 1998
Social Security Systems Reported Ready (The Washington Post)

December 27, 1998
Southern Maryland Has an Advantag (The Washington Post)

December 22, 1998
Montgomery County Confident on Y2K (The Washington Post)

December 21, 1998
Companies Might Not Fix Old Software You Rely On (The Washington Post)

December 12, 1998
U.N. Seeks to Contain Damage (The Washington Post)

December 7, 1998
Many Who Fear the Bug Are Preparing for Disaster (The Washington Post)

November 23, 1998
Is Y2K A Matter of Faith? (The Washington Post)

October 7, 1998
Postal Service Emerging As Key Year 2000 Backup (The Washington Post)

September 25, 1998
Y2K's Effect On Your Computer (The Washington Post)

September 24, 1998
Senator Faults Firms' Failure to Report Y2K Status (The Washington Post)

September 17, 1998
Arlington's Late Reaction Drawing Criticism (The Washington Post)

September 3, 1998
Fixing Y2K Glitches May Cost $5.4 Billion (The Washington Post)

September 3, 1998
Averting Y2K Problems in Your Appliances (The Washington Post)



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