The government has warned that police, fire and local authorities are risking serious Y2K disruption. Independent watchdog panel Taskforce 2000 issued a report last week saying just a handful of UK police forces had carried out system audits, none of them using external auditors. Most local authorities were well below readiness benchmarks, while several had done virtually nothing, the report found. Several central government agencies were also found to have serious shortcomings, but Social Security and the Ministry for Agriculture were given the green light.
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