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This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Small Business Administration designates Mark Spellman, Office of General Counsel, as contact person for small businesses that fail to comply with federal rules or regulations due to Year 2000 computer bug problems. Spellman's designation, published in the Sept. 17 Federal Register, comes pursuant to HR 775, signed into law July 20, which generally provides relief from first-time violation penalties for businesses of 50 employees or less due to Y2K failure (1"The Tan Sheet" July 12, p. 15)

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