EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT

This Employment Agreement ("Agreement"), entered into as of the 27/th/ day of
October, 2000, between ATG Inc ("the Company") and Vik Mani ("Prospective
Employee") and collectively as "the Parties," is amended and agreed to by both
parties as of the _8th____ day of February, 2001.  This amended Agreement
supersedes the previous version of the Agreement; and the terms and conditions
contained herein shall govern the employment relationship between the Parties.
In consideration of the foregoing and the mutual promises and covenants
contained herein and other good and valuable consideration, the Company hereby
employs Prospective Employee as its Chief Operating Officer, and Prospective
Employee hereby accepts such employment.

1.   The term of the employment is for thirty-six (36) months effective the date
     of joining of the Company by Prospective Employee. ATG will announce
     Prospective Employee as its new Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the
     Company on a date mutually agreed upon. Prospective Employee shall start
     his employment, on a date mutually agreed upon between the Chief Executive
     Officer (CEO) of the Company and Prospective employee, which shall be soon
     after the Company announces Prospective Employee as its Chief Operating
     Officer. Prospective Employee is not employed "at-will", but is employed
     under the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement.

2.   Prospective Employee will report at all times to the CEO of the Company.
     The following officers and department heads shall report to Prospective
     Employee: All operations personnel and business development personnel,
     except Fred Feizollahi.  As COO of ATG, Prospective Employee's duties and
     responsibilities will be to manage the Company's marketing, sales and
     operations. Provided, however, that the Engineering Department (headed by
     Fred Feizollahi) is outside of the scope of the COO's responsibilities. The
     COO reports directly to the CEO. The COO will have no responsibility for
     the financial management of the Company and is not authorized to sign
     Company checks or decide to whom such checks will or will not be written..
     The Finance, Accounting and Comptroller organizations report directly to
     the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), who reports directly to the CEO; and
     neither these organizations nor the CFO report to or are within the control
     of the COO or the Operations organization. The COO is not required or
     permitted to be involved in the collection, accounting or payment of taxes
     or other indebtedness on behalf of the Company.

3.   The Company shall pay a signing bonus ("Signing Bonus") of $560,000.00,
     hereby receipted for by Prospective Employee, and received by the
     Prospective Employee in two payments on October 5, 2000 ($307,500) and
     October 20, 2000 ($252,500) prior to Prospective Employee giving notice to
     his present employer of the intent to resign his employment. The Signing
     Bonus is paid to

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     the Prospective Employee in consideration of the fact that the Prospective
     Employee is agreeing to resign his current employment as Senior Vice
     President with his current employer, CH2M Hill, a premier company of world
     standing in the industry and robust financial condition. By giving up his
     employment with CH2M Hill, the Prospective Employee is sacrificing in
     excess of one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) in annual bonuses, long-term
     incentive compensation, stock options, retirement plans, ESOP contributions
     and company stock appreciation. ATG considers the services of the
     Prospective Employee critical to its credibility in the industry because of
     the proven credentials, skills and experience of the Prospective Employee
     and is, therefore, willing to make this up-front investment as a Signing
     Bonus for the Prospective Employee as inducement for Prospective Employee
     to resign his current employment and join ATG, a much smaller company with
     potential for growth but facing much greater challenges and uncertainties.
     The Signing Bonus shall be irrevocable and non-refundable to the Company
     and is for the inducement to the Prospective Employee to execute this
     Agreement and leave his current, senior level employment with a more
     assured financial future and guaranteed employee benefits. Upon the
     execution of this Agreement and giving notice to his current employer, the
     said Signing Bonus shall be deemed fully earned. Prospective Employee shall
     be responsible for all taxes associated with the signing bonus, i.e.
     federal and state withholding for income taxes, social security, and
     Medicare.

4.   In addition to the Signing Bonus described in Section 3., the Company shall
     pay Prospective Employee a salary of $325,000, in the first twelve (12)
     months of employment payable in accordance with Company current payroll
     practices as other employees are scheduled for their payment of employment
     compensation. Total first twelve (12) months' compensation, excluding the
     Signing Bonus and stock options as hereinafter set forth, is $325,000
     gross.

5.   The Company shall pay to Prospective Employee in the second twelve (12)
     month period of employment, a salary of $300,000.  Further, Company shall
     pay Prospective Employee a performance cash bonus of $50,000.00 based on
     predetermined performance goal as set forth below. The total compensation
     is $350,000 in the second twelve (12) month time period if performance goal
     is met, excluding stock options as hereinafter set forth.  The performance
     goal is defined as the Company obtaining a minimum of $15 million ("New
     Business Goal") of new DOE business (contracted capacity) from INEEL,
     Hanford, Rocky Flats or any other DOE contracts within twenty-four (24)
     months from commencement of the employment.  Once the $15 million minimum
     New Business Goal requirement is met, the performance cash bonus will be
     earned based on $10,000 per million dollars of new business up to a maximum
     of $50,000.  Such performance bonus earned by the Prospective Employee
     shall be paid to the Prospective Employee at six month intervals commencing
     the date

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     of achievement of the new business goal, but no later than 30 days after
     earning the maximum second twelve (12) month employment period performance
     bonus as stated above. In the event Prospective Employee is terminated by
     the Company, resigns for Good Reason, as hereinafter defined, or due to
     Change of Control, as hereinafter defined, or dies or becomes disabled
     during the second twelve (12) month period, such performance bonus will be
     computed and paid on the same basis as if he were still employed with the
     Company for such period.

6.   The Company shall pay to Prospective Employee in the third twelve (12)
     month  period of employment a salary of $300,000 , plus a cash bonus up to
     the amount of $50,000 based on the performance goal to be determined by
     both Parties.  Such goal will not be less than $20 million of DOE New
     Business ($20 million of DOE new business contracted capacity) from
     Hanford, Rocky Flats, INEEL or any other DOE contracts, however, alternate
     sources of "New Business" may be agreed upon between the Company and the
     Prospective Employee as the basis for setting the performance goal (New
     Business) stated above.  Such bonus shall be paid to Prospective Employee
     pro-rated at 6 month intervals commencing the date of achievement of the
     performance goal, but no later than thirty (30) days after earning the
     bonus set forth above.  In the event Prospective Employee is terminated by
     the Company, resigns for Good Reason, as hereinafter defined, or due to
     Change of Control, as hereinafter defined, or dies or becomes disabled
     during the third twelve (12) month  period, such bonus will be computed and
     paid on the same basis as if he were still employed with the Company for
     such period.  During the third twelve (12) month period of employment only,
     the Prospective Employee will be paid salary at the annual salary rate of
     $300,000 only after the performance goal as agreed upon between the Company
     and the Prospective Employee as stated above is achieved and the actual
     business delivered during the first 24 months of employment is at least $10
     million.  During the third twelve (12) month period of employment only,
     until such a time when the performance goal is achieved, the Prospective
     Employee will be paid salary at the reduced annual rate of  $200,000.  In
     the event the performance goal for the third twelve (12) month  period is
     not mutually agreed to, then it shall be as set forth above, which is
     defined as the Company obtaining a minimum of $20 million ("New Business
     Goal") of new DOE business (contracted capacity) from INEEL, Hanford, Rocky
     Flats or any other DOE contracts within 24 months from commencement of the
     employment.

7.   In addition to the Company's New Business Goals, as the Chief Operating
     Officer, Prospective Employee understands that other overall measures of
     Company's performance, such as profitability, cost cutting measures, health
     and safety, effective and efficient operation, new market and product
     development, will also be within Prospective Employee's executive
     responsibility.  However, the standard for Performance Bonus eligibility
     shall be the New Business Goals.

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     Because of such responsibilities of Prospective Employee, the Company
     agrees to provide Prospective Employee with a sufficient operations budget
     assistance and support to allow the accomplishment of the New Business
     Goals, such as reasonable travel and entertainment expenses, cell phone,
     computer, etc and other customary Business Development expenses, as well as
     to assist Prospective Employee in his overall responsibilities. Prospective
     Employee is authorized to incur expenses in the performance of his duties.
     The Company shall reimburse Prospective Employee for all such expenses ten
     days after submitting the expenses or at the next pay period, whichever is
     sooner. The Company recognizes that Prospective Employee's ability to
     assist the Company in achieving its performance goals, including New
     Business Goals, may be affected by matters beyond Prospective Employee's
     control and/or prior knowledge, such as Company's financial condition,
     prior regulatory violations or other prior conflicts with clients.
     Therefore, Prospective Employee's failure to meet the New Business Goals or
     otherwise meet Company's anticipated levels of performance shall not
     constitute a basis to deny Prospective Employee payment of performance
     bonuses or terminate Prospective Employee's employment for Cause (as
     defined below) to the extent caused by matters beyond Prospective
     Employee's control and/or prior knowledge.

8.   In the event the  Prospective  Employee resigns from the company due to no
     breach by the Company of this agreement before expiration of the (36)
     months term of this agreement,  Prospective Employee's Employment will end,
     without further obligation or liability to the Company, provided, however,
     the Prospective Employee will make himself available to ATG upon request on
     an exclusive consulting basis at the rate of $2000/day for a minium period
     of up to 180 days following his resignation in order to assure an orderly
     transition.  The foregoing shall constitute Company's exclusive remedy in
     the event that Prospective Employee terminates his employment prior to the
     expiration of the (36) months terms of this agreement due to no breach of
     this Agreement by the Company.  Company expressly waives the right to seek
     other remedies , including but not limited to specific performance, or to
     claim damages, whether arising in contract, tort, otherwise including
     (negligence and strict liability) in connection with Prospective Employee's
     resignation of his employment. In the event the Prospective Employee
     resigns during the term of this Agreement due to breach of this Agreement
     by the Company, the Company filing  Bankruptcy  in any form, or for  Good
     Reason (hereinafter defined), then the Company shall pay the Prospective
     Employee an amount equal to one twelve (12) month period salary for the
     twelve (12) month period of such resignation earned but not paid
     performance bonuses, . and the relocation costs set forth in Section 18
     hereof.  All payments will be effected in a single lump sum payment within
     two weeks of the effective date of Prospective Employee's resignation.

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     Further, all the stock options granted shall be deemed fully earned and
     vested with the time period to exercise all stock options extended by one
     year and the Company shall be responsible for the continuation of medical
     benefits at Company's expense for a period of twelve (12) months.  It is
     the intent of the Prospective Employee to remain on the Company's Payroll
     and help the Company through any restructuring activities, provided
     however, there would be no change in compensation  and there will be no
     change of  the CEO  and/or the Executive Vice President.

     B.   In the event Prospective Employee is terminated by the Company for any
     reason whatsoever, including disability, and other than for Cause ("Cause"
     as defined below) prior to the end of the thirty-six (36) month  term, the
     Company shall pay the Prospective Employee a severance salary equal to one
     twelve (12) month period salary for the twelve (12) month  period such
     termination occurs, all the performance cash bonuses earned but not paid to
     Prospective Employee until then,  and the relocation costs as set forth in
     Section 18 hereof. All payments will be effected in a single lump sum
     payment within two weeks of the effective date of Prospective Employee's
     resignation.    Further, all stock options granted will be deemed fully
     earned and vested with the time period to exercise the stock options
     extended by one year .  Additionally, the Company shall be responsible for
     continuation of medical benefits for a period of twelve (12) months at
     Company's expense.  In consideration of the foregoing, the Parties
     expressly waive their rights to bring any claim for other compensation or
     other legal action against the other in connection with the Prospective
     Employee's termination by the Company.
     Nothing herein shall restrict the right of the Company to terminate the
     Prospective Employee's employment for Cause.  "For Cause" or "Cause" as
     used in this Agreement shall mean that at the option of the Company,
     Prospective Employee's employment hereunder shall be terminated
     immediately, upon any of the following actions or occurrences if Company in
     good faith and not in an arbitrary manner believes that such action or
     occurrence impairs Company's willingness to place trust in Prospective
     Employee as an employee or impairs Prospective Employee's ability to
     perform the services required of Prospective Employee hereunder:

               (i)   Prospective Employee's personal dishonesty, commission and
                     conviction of any felony affecting his reputation and the
                     business of the Company;

               (ii)  Prospective Employee's gross negligence or gross negligent
                     misconduct which materially affects the business of the
                     Company;

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               (iii) Prospective Employee's willful misconduct;

     C.  Death or disability shall not be deemed a resignation and Prospective
     Employee or his successors or assignees shall have no obligation of any
     payments to the Company due to Prospective Employee's death or disability.
     Prospective Employee is deemed to be under a disability if he is unable to
     perform his duties on account of illness or other incapacity and such
     illness or other incapacity continues for a period of more than three (3)
     consecutive months during any twelve (12) month period.  After such three
     (3) month period, the Company shall have the right to terminate Prospective
     Employee.  The termination becomes effective after providing thirty (30)
     days written notice. If Prospective Employee is deemed disabled, by a
     physician of his choosing, then the time deadline to exercise any stock
     option shall be extended twelve (12)months and waived entirely if
     Prospective Employee is deceased.  Prospective Employee's estate, legal
     representatives, or heirs, as appropriate, shall succeed to and acquire all
     rights and benefits of Prospective Employee herein.

     D.  "Good Reason" for Prospective Employee's resignation from the Company
     shall mean any one of the following: (i) the Company breaches this
     Agreement; ((ii) the Company files for  Bankruptcy in any form; (iii) the
     Company fails to meet its obligations to pay wages or state or federal
     taxes; (iv) the Company fails to renew its Officers and Directors Liability
     Insurance Policies with the same policy limits and comparable coverage as
     the current policies; (v) the Company's by-laws do not clearly define the
     duties of the COO in a manner consistent with the description set forth in
     Section 2, above, or are not amended to be consistent within 7days of the
     effective date of this Agreement; (vi) the Board of Directors does not
     approve this amended Agreement and Prospective Employee does not receive
     written confirmation of such approval within 7 days of the effective date
     of this Agreement; (vii) the Company has not recorded or the Board of
     Directors has not confirmed the Company's payment of the Signing Bonus
     within one week of the effective date of this Agreement;(viii) a mutually
     acceptable arrangement is not reached betweeen the Prospective Employee and
     the Company within two weeks of signing of this Agreement by the
     Prospective Employee and the company to Protect the Prospective Employee
     against Payroll and Payroll Taxes Liability
     E.  Company's termination of Prospective Employee will be  effective
     immediately the Company provides written notice to the Prospective Employee
     in the manner described in Section 22.  Prospective Employee's resignation
     shall be effective immediately upon Prospective Employee's written notice
     to the Company in the manner described in Section 22, unless Prospective
     Employee's notification specifies otherwise.

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9.   Prospective Employee shall be granted an option to purchase 90,000, shares
     of the Company's common stock at the market price at the beginning of the
     employment term, deemed vested in accordance with the Company's policies
     i.e. vested proratedly over thirty-six (36) month s.  However, in the event
     of Prospective Employee's death, disability, termination by the Company, or
     resignation by Prospective Employee during the term for Good Reason or
     Change of Control, all such stock options granted shall be deemed earned
     and vested, and the time period to exercise the options shall be extended
     by twelve months.

10.  In the event the New Business Goal ($20 million of contracted capacity) is
     met by the Company on or before December 31, 2001, a stock option for
     60,000 shares of the Company's common stock, at the stock price as of
     December 31, 2001 shall be granted to the Prospective Employee.  In the
     event the New Business Goal is exceeded by $10 million ($30 million total
     of contracted capacity), a stock option of an additional 60,000 shares (for
     a total of 120,000  shares) of Company's common stock, at the same price as
     set forth above, shall be granted to Prospective Employee.  Such options
     shall vest in accordance with the Company policy as set forth above in
     Section 9, subject to the same exceptions as set forth in Section 9 for
     death, disability, termination by the Company, or resignation by the
     Prospective Employee for Good Reason or Change of Control.

11.  In the event during the term of this Agreement, the Company's common stock
     sells publicly at a price of $20 or more per share for a period of three
     (3) consecutive months, (in the event of stock splits, adjustments shall be
     made accordingly for such effective computation), the Company shall grant
     Prospective Employee an additional 100,000 shares of the Company's common
     stock, deemed vested equally over the three twelve (12) month periods of
     the term.  The option price shall be  as set forth above.   Such options
     shall vest in accordance with the Company policy as set forth above in
     Section 9, subject to the same exceptions as set forth in Section 9 for
     death, disability, termination by the Company, or resignation by the
     Prospective Employee for Good Reason or Change of Control.

12.  All stock options vested to Prospective Employee must be exercised in
     accordance with the Company's standard policies for officer stock options.

13.  "Change of Control" means any one of the following: (i) change of ownership
     including acquisition of the Company; acquisition of equal to or greater
     than   50%of the issued and outstanding common stock by a single individual
     or entity other than the current principal stock holders; (ii) a
     significant merger or consolidation; (iii) change in executive direction of
     the Company including the

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     appointment of a new CEO; (iv) a change in the majority of the Board of
     Directors caused by the merger or consolidation; (v) Liquidation or
     Dissolution of the Company including direct or indirect sale or other
     disposition of all or substantially all of the assets of the Company; (vi)
     a significant change in the business lines of the Company In the event of a
     Change of Control, the Prospective Employee may resign without further
     obligation to the Company or the successor organization and Company shall
     pay to Prospective Employee all the salaries and performance bonuses
     payable to the Prospective Employee during the first twenty-four (24) month
     period of this Employment Agreement, as well as the relocation costs
     provided for in Section 18 hereof. All payments will be effected in a
     single lump sum payment within two weeks of the effective date of
     Prospective Employee's resignation. Further, Stock Options already granted
     are deemed fully earned and vested. . Additionally, the Company shall
     provide for the continuation of medical benefits at Company's expense for a
     period of eighteen (18) months after Prospective Employee's separation from
     the Company. The time period to exercise all stock options shall be
     extended by one year.

14.  The Company's corporate house in Richland, WA, fully furnished, shall be
     provided, as primary residence, exclusively to Prospective Employee and his
     family,and paid for and maintained by the Company.  All utilities and
     maintenance expenses will be Company's responsibility.  The Prospective
     Employee will be responsible for all personal long distance telephone
     charges.  Prospective Employee's principal place of work is deemed to be
     Richland, WA.

15.  DELETED

16.  The Company shall provide Prospective Employee with the Company's standard
     benefits to all employees, including but not limited to medical, dental,
     vision and life insurance benefits, as well as participation in the
     Company's 401K or other retirement plan(s), sick days and personal days.
     Prospective Employee shall be provided the option to add, at his expense
     such participation of family members in such plans.

17.  Prospective Employee shall be entitled to receive 4 weeks paid vacation
     during each twelve (12) month  period of the agreement.  Prospective
     Employee agrees to reasonably work with the Company as to timing and length
     of time increments when such vacation is used.

18.  The Company will pay relocation costs for the Prospective Employee and
     spouse to move to Richland, Washington including coach air fare or over the
     road expenses.  The Prospective Employee will maintain his current
     household in Denver at his own expense and will not move furniture to
     Richland, Washington.

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     The Company will pay for movement of personal effects and shipment of one
     automobile. In the event of termination of the Prospective Employee by the
     Company, voluntary termination by the Prospective Employee due to Good
     Reason or Change of Control conditions, stated in Section 13, all
     relocation costs, on the same basis as above, shall be paid to the Employee
     for relocation back to Denver, Colorado or another city within the
     continental USA within the same distance.

19.  Prospective Employee agrees to give notice to his current employer on
     November 17, 2000.  Prospective Employee can use his best judgement how to
     transition from his existing employment provided ATG can announce his
     employment as provided for in Section 1.  If the Prospective Employee does
     not resign from the current employer, the Prospective Employee will
     promptly refund, at the request of the CEO of the Company, the Signing
     Bonus paid as inducement to the Prospective Employee for resigning from his
     current employment, received IN CASH OR CERTIFIED FUNDS.  It is agreed that
     such repayment of the Signing Bonus shall be LIQUIDATED DAMAGES and are
     Company's SOLE AND ONLY REMEDY for Prospective Employee's failure to
     perform the obligations of this Agreement. Company expressly waives the
     remedies of specific performance and additional damages.

20.  The Company will reimburse Prospective Employee's family (either the
     Prospective Employee or the spouse) for round-trip coach class airfare and
     expenses to Denver, Colorado not to exceed ten trips during each twelve
     (12) month period of employment.  In additional to the ten trips, the
     Company will reimburse Prospective Employee and the spouse for additional
     two trips the cost of round-trip coach class airfare and expenses to
     Denver, Colorado during the Holiday seasons i.e. November 22 through
     December 31.

21.  All information disclosed and discussed in writing or verbally by any party
     (or its representative) in connection with the transaction contemplated by
     this Agreement to any other party (or its representative) shall be kept
     confidential by such other party and its representative.

22.  Any notice or other communication hereunder must be given in writing and
     (a) delivered in person, (b) transmitted by telex, telefax or other
     telecommunications mechanism or (c) mailed by certified or registered mail,
     postage prepaid, receipt requested, as follows:

          If to Company addressed to:
          ATG Inc.
          47375 Fremont Boulevard
          Fremont, CA 94538

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          Attention: Doreen Chiu, President and CEO

          If to Prospective Employee, addressed to:
          Vik Mani
          7902 Glenridge Drive
          Castle Rock, Colorado 80104

     or to such other address or to such other person as either party shall have
     last designated by such notice to the other party.  Each such notice or
     other communication shall be effective (i) if given by telecommunication,
     when transmitted to the applicable number so specified in (or pursuant to)
     this Section 22 and an appropriate answer back is received, (ii) if given
     by mail, three days after such communication is deposited in the mails with
     first class postage prepaid, addressed as aforesaid or (iii) if given by
     any other means, when actually received at such address.

23.  This Agreement supersedes any and all prior written or oral agreements
     between the Company and Perspective Employee and constitutes the entire
     agreement between the parties with respect to the subject matter herein and
     no modification, amendment, or waiver of any of the provisions of this
     Agreement shall be effective unless in writing and signed by both parties.

24.  Prospective Employee and the Company agree that any dispute or controversy
     relating or in connection with this Agreement, or the interpretation,
     validity, construction, performance, breach, or termination shall be
     settled by binding arbitration.  The decision of the Arbitrator may enter
     as a judgment in any court with competent jurisdiction.

25.  This Agreement is binding upon and benefits the heirs, executors, and legal
     representatives of Prospective Employee and any successors of the Company.
     Any such successor of the Company will be deemed substituted for the
     Company under the terms of this Agreement for all purposes.  Successor
     shall mean any firm, corporation, or other business entity which at any
     time whether by purchase, merger, or otherwise, directly or indirectly
     acquires all or substantially all of the assets or business of the Company.

26.  The Prospective Employee is not required to Mitigate the amount of any
     payment or benefit received pursuant to this Agreement due to cessation of
     employment   Further, the Company cannot reduce any benefits or payments
     because of any earnings or benefits that Prospective Employee may receive
     from any other source known to the Company.  Notwithstanding the foregoing,
     the Prospective Employee is not required to inform the Company of any
     retirement benefits received from present or previous employers, and such
     retirement benefits shall

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     not reduce the liability of the Company hereunder.

27.  This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts, each of which
     shall be an original, but all of which together shall constitute one and
     the same agreement.  Facsimile signatures are deemed to be originals for
     the purposes of this Agreement.

28.  All agreements and covenants contained herein are severable, and, in the
     event any one of them, with the exception of those contained in reference
     to the duties to be performed by the Prospective Employee and his
     compensation, shall be held to be invalid by any competent court, this
     Agreement shall be interpreted as if such invalid agreements or covenants
     were not contained herein.

29.  Any ambiguity in this Agreement will be not be construed in favor of either
     party.
     ATG represents that no claims have been paid and there are no claims
     currently pending on the existing Directors and Officers Liability
     Insurance Policies with Executive Risk Indemnity Inc. and Genesis Insurance
     Company. ATG further represents that these policies will be renewed or
     policies with comparable coverage and limits of liability purchased and in
     effect prior to the expiration of the current insurance policies on May 6,
     2001. ATG will provide Prospective Employee with written confirmation of
     the foregoing from its insurance agent within 14 days of execution of this
     Agreement.

30.  The Company hereby represents that this Agreement has been approved by its
     Board of Directors and agrees to hold harmless Prospective Employee if the
     Board of Directors has not approved this Agreement.

     IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of the parties hereto has caused this Agreement to
     be executed by its duly authorized officer or individually as of the day
     and year first above written.


Company                             Prospective Employee

ATG, Inc.


By /s/ Doreen M. Chiu                /s/ Vik Mani
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   ATG, Inc. President & CEO            Vik Mani

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