Eye onthe States
By Andrea Novotny Staff Writer
The state of New York's Office for Technology plans to hire an independent auditor in January to review the state's preparations for resolving year 2000 software problems, technology office officials said.
Plans call for the audit, commissioned by New York's interagency Year 2000 Steering Committee, to be completed by March, said Camaron Thomas, director of the Office for Technology, a 30-person agency responsible for coordinating the approach state entities take to resolve year 2000 issues. It was previously known as the Governor's Task Force on Information Resource Management.
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