A Y2K crisis management centre will be operational at the end of the year. A team comprising senior officials from various bureaus will be on duty. The centre is part of the contingency plan by the Government to avoid any minor computer hiccups becoming a Y2K disaster at the turn of the century. Thirteen 'vital' sectors have been identified, the Legco panel on information technology and broadcasting heard yesterday. The sectors include food supply, financial services, public order, fire and emergency services, aviation and energy supply. Almost all government departments will be involved. Secretary for Information Technology and Broadcasting Kwong Ki-chi, who will chair the crisis management team, told legislators that 99.7 per cent of government computer systems had been made Y2K compliant by June. Acting Deputy Secretary for Information Technology and Broadcasting Alan Siu Yu-bun said the two power companies had agreed to let each other share facilities in case of a Y2K emergency. He also said the Y2K compliance programme at the Daya Bay nuclear power plant had been endorsed by the International Atomic Energy Agency.