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ChoicePoint Inc. (CPS)

3/27/2006 Proxy Information

During 2005, Mr. Langone, a director of ChoicePoint, served as a director of The Home Depot, Inc. In 2005, the Company performed services for The Home Depot, Inc. through the Business Services segment totaling approximately $21.5 million ($20.3 million net of pass-through expenses). These services were the result of armÕs-length negotiations in the ordinary course of business.

Until April 2005, Mr. Langone served as a director of General Electric Company. During 2005, the Company performed business outsourcing, software solutions, marketing services, public records and background screening services for General Electric Company and its subsidiaries through the Marketing Services, Insurance Services and Business Services segments totaling approximately $12.5 million. These services were the result of armÕs-length negotiations in the ordinary course of business.

Mr. Thomas M. Coughlin, a former director of ChoicePoint, served as Vice Chairman of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. until his retirement in January 2005 and as a director of Wal-Mart until March 2005. In 2005, the Company performed services for Wal-Mart through the Business Services segment totaling approximately $2.8 million. These services were the result of armÕs-length negotiations in the ordinary course of business. Mr. Coughlin resigned from the ChoicePoint Board of Directors in October 2005.

3/23/2005 Proxy Information

Mr. Murray served as a director of FleetBoston Financial Corporation until April 1, 2004 when it merged with Bank of America Corporation and he did not continue as a director of Bank of America Corporation. In 2002, ChoicePoint entered into a credit facility with a total commitment of $325 million, in which Fleet National Bank, a subsidiary of FleetBoston Financial Corporation, participated in the amount of $25 million. This facility was replaced with a new credit facility as of December 29, 2004. Total interest and fees paid to Fleet National Bank through March 31, 2004 related to this transaction during the first quarter of 2004 was approximately $9,000. ChoicePoint also has a synthetic lease with a total commitment of up to $48 million, in which Fleet National Bank participates in the amount of $13.8 million. As of March 31, 2004, $42.3 million was outstanding under the synthetic lease, of which ChoicePoint is liable to Fleet National Bank for $12.2 million. Interest paid to Fleet National Bank for the first quarter of 2004 related to this transaction was approximately $156,000. In addition, during the first quarter of 2004, the Company provided public filing information services for FleetBoston Financial Corporation totaling approximately $8,000. The Credit Facility, synthetic lease and services performed were the results of armÕs length negotiations conducted in the ordinary course of business.

During 2004, Mr. Langone served as a director of The Home Depot, Inc. In 2004, the Company performed services for The Home Depot, Inc. through the Business Services segment totaling approximately $18.0 million ($13.6 million net of pass-through expenses). These services were the result of armÕs length negotiations in the ordinary course of business.

During 2004, Mr. Langone served as a director of General Electric Company. During 2004, the Company performed business outsourcing, software solutions and background screening services for General Electric Company and its subsidiaries through the Insurance Services and Business Services segments totaling approximately $10.4 million. These services were the result of armÕs length negotiations in the ordinary course of business.

3/19/2004 Proxy Information

During 2003, Mr. Marcus served as Director Emeritus of The Home Depot, Inc. and Ms. Hill and Mr. Langone both served as directors of The Home Depot, Inc. During 2003, the Company performed pre-employment background and drug testing services for The Home Depot, Inc. totaling approximately $15.6 million ($11.7 million net of pass-through expenses). These services were the result of armÕs length negotiations conducted in the ordinary course of business.

Mr. Murray served as Chairman of FleetBoston Financial Corporation in 2002 a director in 2003. In 2002, ChoicePoint entered into a three-year revolving credit facility with a total commitment of $325 million, in which Fleet National Bank, a subsidiary of FleetBoston Financial Corporation, participates in the amount of $25 million. As of March 1, 2004, there are no borrowings outstanding under the revolver. Total interest paid to Fleet National Bank in 2003 relating to this transaction was approximately $83,000. ChoicePoint also has a synthetic lease for a total commitment of up to $48 million, in which Fleet National Bank participates in the amount of $13.8 million. As of March 1, 2004, the outstanding balance for the synthetic lease was $42.3 million of which ChoicePoint is liable to Fleet National Bank for $12.2 million. Total interest paid to Fleet National Bank in 2003 for this transaction was approximately $268,000. In addition, the Company provided public record information services in 2003 for FleetBoston Financial Corporation for approximately $30,000. The credit facility, synthetic lease and the information services performed were the results of armÕs length negotiations conducted in the ordinary course of business.

Until July 1, 2003, Mr. Murray served as a director of Allmerica Financial Corporation. During 2003, the Company provided database claims information and credentialing services for Allmerica Financial Corporation totaling approximately $3.9 million. These services were the result of armÕs length negotiations conducted in the ordinary course of business.

3/21/2003 Proxy Information

Mr. Murray served as Chairman of FleetBoston Financial Corporation in 2002. In 2002, ChoicePoint entered into a new three-year revolving credit facility with a total commitment of $325 million, in which Fleet National Bank, a subsidiary of FleetBoston Financial Corporation, participates in the amount of $25 million. As of March 3, 2003, the total outstanding balance for the revolver is $31 million, of which ChoicePoint is liable to Fleet National Bank for $2.4 million. Total interest paid to Fleet National Bank in 2002 relating to this transaction was $135,000. ChoicePoint also has a synthetic lease for a total commitment of up to $52 million, in which Fleet National Bank participates in the amount of $15 million. As of March 3, 2003, the outstanding balance for the synthetic lease was $33.2 million of which ChoicePoint is liable to Fleet National Bank for $9.6 million. No interest was paid to Fleet National Bank in 2002 for this transaction. In addition, the Company provided public record information services in 2002 for FleetBoston Financial Corporation for approximately $30,000. The credit facility, synthetic lease and the information services performed were the results of armÕs length negotiations conducted in the ordinary course of business.