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Cerner Corporation (CERN)

4/20/2006 Proxy Information

The Company leases an airplane from a company owned by Neal L. Patterson and Clifford W. Illig. In 2005, the airplane was leased on a per mile basis with no minimum usage guarantee. The lease rate is believed to approximate fair market value for this type of aircraft. During 2005, the Company paid an aggregate of $812,000 for rental of the airplane. The airplane is used principally by Mr. Devanny and Mr. Black to increase the number of client visits each can make and to reduce the physical strain of their heavy travel schedules. The Company intends to continue the use of the airplane in 2006.

During 2005 and in 2006, the Company retained and intends to retain the law firm of Bryan Cave LLP for certain outside legal services. John C. Danforth, one of the Company’s Board members, is a partner at Bryan Cave LLP. The Company has no other relationship with Bryan Cave LLP other than the attorney-client relationship. The dollar amount of the fees paid in 2005 and to be paid in 2006 does not and is not expected to exceed 5% of the law firm’s gross revenues for each respective year. Mr. Danforth is a member of the Compensation Committee; however, he does not participate in executive officer equity grants or performance-based compensation plan decisions or actions undertaken by the Compensation Committee. Such matters are handled by the Stock Option and Performance-based Compensation Plan Subcommittee.

The Company participates in the Health Management Academy, an industry-wide education forum, together with over 90 competitors, clients and potential clients of the Company. Gerald E. Bisbee, Jr., Ph.D., one of the Company’s Board members, owns approximately 50% of the common stock of Health Management Academy. The total amount of fees paid by the Company in 2005 to the Health Management Academy was $123,000. The Company intends to continue its participation in the Health Management Academy in 2006. Mr. Bisbee is a member of the Compensation Committee; however, he does not participate in executive officer equity grants or performance-based compensation plan decisions or actions undertaken by the Compensation Committee. Such matters are handled by the Stock Option and Performance-based Compensation Plan Subcommittee. Certain executive officers have immediate family members who are employed by the Company. The compensation of each such family member was established by the Company in accordance with the Company’s employment and compensation practices applicable to employees with equivalent qualifications, experience, responsibilities and holding similar positions. Michael R. Nill, the brother of Julia M. Wilson, an executive officer of the Company, is employed by the Company as Vice President, Technical Architecture. Mr. Nill’s aggregate compensation for the fiscal year 2005 was $513,570. His compensation is not subject to approval by the Board of Directors. On June 3, 2005, Mr. Nill was awarded options under the Company’s Stock Option Plan F to purchase 12,500 shares of the Company’s Common Stock at an exercise price of $62.81 per share, which was the closing price of the Company’s Common Stock on the date the options were granted (all amounts are pre stock-split on January 10, 2006). The options granted to Mr. Nill vest at various amounts over a period of five years. Dr. David Nill, the brother of Julia M. Wilson, an executive officer of the Company, is employed by Cerner Health Connections, Inc. (a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company) as Clinic Physician. Dr. Nill was hired on a full-time basis effective March 5, 2006 with a base salary of $150,000. Dr. Nill’s compensation is not subject to approval by the Board of Directors. The Company believes that these various relationships and transactions were reasonable and in the best interests of the Company.

4/18/2005 Proxy Information

The Company leases an airplane from a company owned by Neal L. Patterson and Clifford W. Illig. In 2003 and 2004, the airplane was leased on a per mile basis with no minimum usage guarantee. The lease rate is believed to approximate fair market value for this type of aircraft. During 2003 and 2004, respectively, the Company paid an aggregate of $839,055 and $573,869 for rental of the airplane. The airplane is used principally by Mr. Patterson, Mr. Devanny and Mr. Black to increase the number of client visits each can make and to reduce the physical strain of their heavy travel schedules. The Company intends to continue the use of the airplane in 2005.

During 2004 and in 2005, the Company retained and intends to retain the law firm of Bryan Cave LLP for certain outside legal services. John C. Danforth, one of the Company’s Board members, is a partner at Bryan Cave LLP. The Company has no other relationship with Bryan Cave LLP other than the attorney-client relationship. The total amount of fees paid in 2004 by the Company to Bryan Cave LLP was $734,237. The dollar amount of the fees paid in 2004 and to be paid in 2005 does not and is not expected to exceed 5% of the law firm’s gross revenues for each respective year.

Certain executive officers have immediate family members who are employed by the Company. The compensation of each such family member was established by the Company in accordance with the Company’s employment and compensation practices applicable to employees with equivalent qualifications, experience, responsibilities and holding similar positions. Neal Patterson’s son, Clay Patterson, is employed by the Company as a Project Leader. Clay Patterson’s aggregate compensation for the fiscal year 2004 was $75,467. His compensation is not subject to approval by the Board of Directors. On September 8, 2004, Clay Patterson was awarded options under the Company’s Stock Option Plan E to purchase 400 shares of the Company’s Common Stock at an exercise price of $43.85 per share, which was the closing price of the Company’s Common Stock on the date the options were granted. Michael R. Nill, the brother of Julia M. Wilson, an executive officer of the Company, is employed by the Company as Vice President, Technical Architecture. Mr. Nill’s aggregate compensation for the fiscal year 2004 was $403,376. His compensation is not subject to approval by the Board of Directors. On June 3, 2004, Mr. Nill was awarded options under the Company’s Stock Option Plan D to purchase 7,500 shares of the Company’s Common Stock at an exercise price of $41.98 per share, which was the closing price of the Company’s Common Stock on the date the options were granted. The options granted to Clay Patterson and Michael Nill vest at various amounts over a period of five years.

The Company believes that these various relationships and transactions were reasonable and in the best interests of the Company.

4/20/2004 Proxy Information

During 2003 and in 2004, the Company retained and intends to retain the law firm of Bryan Cave LLP for certain outside legal services. John C. Danforth, one of the Company’s Board members, is a partner at Bryan Cave LLP. The Company has no other relationship with Bryan Cave LLP other than the attorney-client relationship. The total amount of fees paid in 2003 by the Company to Bryan Cave, LLP was $105,793.56. The dollar amount of the fees paid in 2003 and to be paid in 2004 does not and is not expected to exceed 5% of the law firm’s gross revenues for each respective year.

The Company leases an airplane from a company owned by Mr. Neal L. Patterson and Mr. Clifford W. Illig. The airplane is leased on a per mile basis with no minimum usage guarantee. The lease rate is believed to approximate fair market value for this type of aircraft. During 2002 and 2003, respectively, the Company paid an aggregate of $543,000 and $839,055 for rental of the airplane. The airplane is used principally by Mr. Patterson, Mr. Devanny and Mr. Black to increase the number of client visits each can make and to reduce the physical strain of their heavy travel schedules. The Company intends to continue the use of the airplane in 2004.

The Company loaned to Earl H. Devanny, III, Jack A. Newman, Jr. and Glenn P. Tobin, Ph.D., executive officers of the Company, $225,000, $205,468.75 and $100,000, respectively. All such loans were entered into prior to August 29, 2002 and have not been amended since August 29, 2002. The loan to Mr. Devanny in the amount of $200,000 is interest-free for the first two years and thereafter bears interest at the rate of 5% per annum. The maximum amount outstanding under this loan during 2003 and the total amount outstanding as of January 3, 2004 was $205,250. The loan to Mr. Newman in the amount of $100,000 is interest free. The maximum amount outstanding under this loan during 2003 was $40,000 and the total amount due under this loan as of January 3, 2004 was $20,000. The loan to Dr. Tobin in the amount of $100,000 bears interest at the rate of 3% per annum. The loan to Dr. Tobin was paid in full during 2003 and the maximum amount outstanding under this loan during 2003 was $115,200. The loans to Mr. Devanny and Mr. Newman in the amount of $25,000 and $105,468.75, respectively, were made pursuant to an Executive Stock Purchase Plan and bear interest at a rate of 5.5% per annum. Mr. Newman paid his Executive Stock Purchase loan in full during 2003, the maximum amount outstanding during 2003 was $111,306.97. The maximum amount outstanding during 2003 and the total amount outstanding as of January 3, 2004 for the Executive Stock Purchase loans to Mr. Devanny was $30,656.67. The outstanding amounts remaining under all the loans are outstanding but not due.

Neal Patterson’s son, Clay Patterson, is employed by the Company as Project Leader. Mr. Patterson’s aggregate compensation for the fiscal year 2003 was $67,131. His compensation is not subject to approval by the Board of Directors. On October 8, 2003, Mr. Patterson was awarded options under the Company’s Stock Option Plan E to purchase 400 shares of the Company’s Common Stock at an exercise price of $34.62 per share, which was the closing price of the Company’s Common Stock on the date the options were granted. These options vest at various amounts over a period of five years.

4/11/2003 Proxy Information

The Company leases an airplane from a company owned by Mr. Neal L. Patterson and Mr. Clifford W. Illig. The airplane is leased on a per mile basis with no minimum usage guarantee. The lease rate is believed to approximate fair market value for this type of aircraft. During 2001 and 2002, respectively, the Company paid an aggregate of $548,000 and $543,000 for rental of the airplane. The airplane is used principally by Mr. Patterson, Mr. Tobin, Mr. Devanny and Mr. Black to increase the number of client visits each can make and to reduce the physical strain of their heavy travel schedules. The Company intends to continue the use of the airplane in 2003.

The Company has loaned to Earl H. Devanny, III, Steven M. Goodrich, Jack A. Newman, Jr. and Glenn P. Tobin, Ph.D., executive officers of the Company, $225,000, $168,750, $205,468.75 and $100,000, respectively. All such loans were entered into prior to August 29, 2002 and have not been amended since August 29, 2002. The loan to Mr. Devanny in the amount of $200,000 is interest-free for the first two years and thereafter bears interest at the rate of 5% per annum. The maximum amount outstanding under this loan during 2002 was $211,430.55 and the total amount outstanding as of December 28, 2002 was $205,093.74. The loan to Mr. Newman in the amount of $100,000 is interest free. The maximum amount outstanding under this loan during 2002 was $60,000 and the total amount due under this loan as of December 28, 2002 was $40,000. The loan to Dr. Tobin in the amount of $100,000 bears interest at the rate of 3% per annum. The maximum amount outstanding under this loan during 2002 and the total amount outstanding as of December 28, 2002 was $114,191.67. The loans to Mr. Devanny and Mr. Newman in the amount of $25,000 and $105,468.75, respectively, and the loan to Mr. Goodrich were made pursuant to an Executive Stock Purchase Plan and bear interest at a rate of 5.5% per annum. The maximum amount outstanding during 2002 and the total amount outstanding as of December 28, 2002 for the Executive Stock Purchase loans to Mr. Devanny, Mr. Newman and Mr. Goodrich was $29,369.86, $126,732.98 and $202,772.77, respectively. The outstanding amounts remaining under all the loans are outstanding but not due.

In December 2002, the Company entered into a Severance and Release Agreement with Robert M. Smith, one of its former executive officers (the “Agreement”). Pursuant to the terms of the Agreement, the Company is obligated to pay the ex-officer $263,000 over a period of nine months pursuant to a pre-negotiated severance payout plan. The Company has no other material obligations under the Agreement. The ex-officer continues to be bound by certain restrictive covenants as set forth under the Agreement, which provides the Company with certain non-competition protection.

During 2002 and in 2003, the Company retained and intends to retain the law firm of Bryan Cave LLP for certain outside legal services. John C. Danforth, one of the Company’s Board members, is a partner at Bryan Cave LLP. The Company has no other relationship with Bryan Cave LLP other than the attorney-client relationship. The total amount of fees paid in 2002 by the Company to Bryan Cave, LLP was $23,703.55. The dollar amount of the fees paid in 2002 and to be paid in 2003 does not and is not expected to exceed 5% of the law firm’s gross revenues for each respective year.