Rural WA must take note of Y2K

RURAL Western Australians should not discount the possible effects of Y2K on dominant industries of the region, says Secretary to the Minister for Information Techno-logy, Ian Campbell.

“It is crucial that all businesses in the region – be they livestock and timber production, fishing, broadacre cropping, tourism or viticulture – thoroughly investigate the Y2K compliance of their respective supply chains,” Senator Campbell said.

“It is essential businesses address the Y2K issue and begin contingency planning now.

“Delays in action on this issue may hinder the growth and development opportunities of the region.

“Taking the ‘she’ll be right’ attitude to Y2K is not the answer.”

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