This publication examines relatively the united states and the united kingdom governments' administration of Y2K and considers the level to which such administration could be understood as responses to marketplace pressures, public opinion and arranged pursuits. It concludes through offering invaluable classes to these considering handling probability and important infrastructure this day.

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