Senior executives must get personally involved in an institution's plan for resolving year-2000 computer problems, federal regulators said Wednesday.

"The issue is of such import that we wanted to clearly outline what our expectations of senior management and directors are," said Mark L. O'Dell, director for bank technology at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. "We expect, as we do our examinations, to find management and the board actively engaged."

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