AUTHORIZATION NO. 00-017
1. Y2K Records
Includes records received or created by the University to document activities related to the year 2000 date (commonly known as Y2K) problem associated with computer software, hardware and other equipment that depends on micro chips to function. Records may include letters or statements of Y2K compliance from vendors, banks and creditors, IS documentation, responses to University inquiries and any other documentation related to this issue.
Retain for ten (10) years from the end of calendar year 2000, then destroy.