EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- In an effort to ensure its systems operate properly in the next millennium -- and to minimize liability should they fail -- Bristol Farms here is asking its technology vendors this week to sign a year 2000 compliance agreement. "We are taking a systematic approach to determining where our software vendors and service providers are with regard to year 2000 compliance," said Ron Glickman, chief information officer at Bristol Farms. Letters are scheduled to go out this ...

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