A top KeyCorp executive assured lawmakers Tuesday that the $76 billion-asset banking company is well prepared for the year-2000 computer problem.

Kevin M. Blakely testified before a House Government Reform and Oversight subcommittee that other technological challenges-such as synchronizing computer systems after a merger-had helped KeyCorp create a managerial framework for attacking tough problems like the millennium bug.

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