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[Federal Register: August 19, 1999 (Volume 64, Number 160)]
[Notices]               
[Page 45257-45258]
From the Federal Register Online via GPO Access [wais.access.gpo.gov]
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FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
 Notice Required by the Y2K Act to Establish a Small Business 
Liaison
AGENCY: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
ACTION: Notice.
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SUMMARY: Pursuant to section 18(b) of the Y2K Act, Public Law 106-37, 
113 Stat. 185 (1999), the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is 
hereby designating Edward Silberhorn, Consumer Affairs Specialist, 
Division of Compliance and Consumer Affairs, as the point of contact to 
act as a liaison between the agency and insured state nonmember banks, 
as well as foreign banks having an insured branch, which qualify as 
small business concerns under the Act, with respect to problems arising 
out of Y2K failures and compliance with Federal rules or regulations. 
Mr. Silberhorn can be reached at (202) 942-3425.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Edward Silberhorn, Division of 
Compliance and Consumer Affairs, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 
550 17th Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20429; telephone number: (202) 
942-3425.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Y2K Act defines ``small business 
concern'' as an unincorporated business, a partnership, corporation, 
association, or organization, with fewer than 50 full-time employees. 
In addition, the Y2K Act defines ``Y2K failure'' as failure by any 
device or system (including any computer system and any microchip or 
integrated circuit embedded in another device or product), or any 
software, firmware, or other set or collection of processing 
instructions to process, calculate, compare, sequence, display, store, 
transmit, or receive Year-2000 date-related data. This definition 
specifically includes failures to: (1) deal with or account for 
transitions or comparisons from, into, and between the years 1999 and 
2000 accurately; (2) recognize or process accurately any specific date 
in 1999, 2000, or 2001; or (3) account accurately for the year 2000's 
status as a leap year, including recognition and processing of the 
correct date on February 29, 2000.
    Small business concerns may contact the FDIC's small business 
liaison, as set forth above, effective August 19, 1999, through 
December 31, 2000.
    In addition, as an alternative to contacting the FDIC's small 
business liaison in Washington, D.C., small business concerns may 
contact the following individuals in the Division of Compliance and 
Consumer Affairs in the FDIC's Regional Offices with their questions:
    Atlanta, GA--James F. Pilkington, Community Affairs Officer, at 
404-817-2515.
    Boston, MA--Shirley P. Parish, Community Affairs Officer, at 781-
794-5632.
    Chicago, IL--Michael A. Frias, Community Affairs Officer, at 312-
382-7506.
    Dallas, TX--Eloy A. Villafranca, Community Affairs Officer, at 972-
761-8010.
    Kansas City, MO--Deanna S. Caldwell, Community Affairs Officer, at 
816-234-8151.
    Memphis, TN--David E. Wright, Community Affairs Officer, at 901-
821-5295.
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    New York, NY--Valerie J. Williams, Community Affairs Officer, at 
212-704-1245.
    San Francisco, CA--Linda D. Ortega, Community Affairs Officer, at 
415-978-0486.
    Dated at Washington, D.C., this 13th day of August, 1999.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
James D. LaPierre,
Deputy Executive Secretary.
[FR Doc. 99-21507 Filed 8-18-99; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 6714-01-P

Last Updated 08/19/1999 regs@fdic.gov