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CIBER, Inc. (CBR)

3/30/2006 Proxy Information

Consistent with provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, CIBER, Inc. has adopted a policy prohibiting loans to officers and directors.

Since January 2002, the Company has annually entered into a vendor agreement with CustomDepot.com for the design, manufacture and provision of custom logo paraphernalia for the CIBER gear program and for use at marketing events (the "Agreement"). This non-exclusive Agreement is one of several entered into with various companies in the ordinary course of business that provide logo-bearing paraphernalia for Company events. The products and services are provided at or below market rates charged by third party vendors. CustomDepot.com is owned and operated by Ms. Terra Emerson, daughter of the Company's Chief Executive Officer. Neither Mr. Slingerlend, nor any officer or director of the Company, has a pecuniary or beneficial interest in CustomDepot.com. In 2005, the Company purchased products and services from CustomDepot.com totalling $217,128.

Mr. Paul Jacobs, who was appointed by the Board as a Class III Director in February 2005, is a partner in the law firm of Jacobs Chase Frick Kleinkopf & Kelley LLC. The law firm provided certain limited and specialized legal services to the Company in 2003 and 2004; however, the fees paid to the firm were not material to the Company. The law firm did not perform any services for the Company during 2005.

4/1/2005 Proxy Information

In July 1999, the Company entered into a promissory note with Mr. Joseph A. Mancuso, in the initial principal amount of $300,000, to assist with the purchase of a home. Mr. Mancuso is currently Regional Vice President of the Commercial Practice of CIBER's Custom Solutions Division. The promissory note required partial repayment annually, with the balance payable in full in five years or sooner in the event that Mr. Mancuso is no longer an employee of CIBER. The loan was secured by a second mortgage on Mr. Mancuso's residence. The note was repaid and expired according to its terms in July 2004 and will not be renewed or amended. Imputed interest reported on Mr. Mancuso's 2004 Form W-2 was $4,926.00.

Since January 2002, the Company has annually entered into a vendor agreement with CustomDepot.com for the design, manufacture and provision of custom logo paraphernalia for the CIBER gear program and for use at marketing events (the "Agreement"). This non-exclusive Agreement is one of several entered into with various companies in the ordinary course of business that provide logo-bearing paraphernalia for Company events. The products and services are provided at or below market rates charged by third party vendors. CustomDepot.com is owned and operated by Ms. Terra Emerson, daughter of the Company's President, Chief Executive Officer and Secretary. Neither Mr. Slingerlend, nor any officer or director of the Company, has a pecuniary or beneficial interest in CustomDepot.com. In 2004, the Company paid CustomDepot.com a total of $236,893 for products and services.

Mr. Paul Jacobs, who was appointed by the Board as a Class III Director in February 2005, is a partner in the law firm of Jacobs Chase Frick Kleinkopf & Kelley LLC. The law firm has provided certain limited and specialized legal services to the Company in the last two years; however, the fees paid to the firm were not material to the Company.

Mr. Stevenson is Chairman and one of the founders of CIBER, Inc. He served as Vice President in charge of recruiting and management of the technical staff from 1974 until November 1977, when he became Chief Executive Officer. As Chief Executive Officer from 1977 to 1998, he was responsible for all operations of CIBER, Inc.

3/26/2004 Proxy Information

Transactions with management and others. Consistent with provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, CIBER, Inc. has adopted a policy prohibiting future loans to officers and directors

In July 1999, the Company entered into a promissory note with Mr. Joseph A. Mancuso, in the initial principal amount of $300,000, to assist with the purchase of a home. Mr. Mancuso is a Senior Vice President and President of the Commercial Practice of CIBER's Custom Solutions Division. The promissory note requires partial repayment annually, with the balance payable in full in five years or sooner in the event that Mr. Mancuso is no longer an employee of CIBER. The loan is secured by a second mortgage on Mr. Mancuso's residence. As of December 31, 2003, the outstanding balance on the loan receivable from Mr. Mancuso was $173,294. Imputed interest reported on Mr. Mancuso's 2003 Form W-2 was $10,142. The Note expires according to its terms in July 2004 and will not be renewed or amended.

On January 11, 2002, the Company entered into a vendor agreement with CustomDepot.com for the design, manufacture and provision of custom logo paraphernalia for the CIBER gear program and for use at marketing events (the "Agreement"). This non-exclusive Agreement is one of several entered into with various companies in the ordinary course of business that provide logo-bearing paraphernalia for Company events. The products and services are provided at or below market rates charged by third party vendors. CustomDepot.com is owned and operated by Ms. Terra Emerson, daughter of the Company's President, Chief Executive Officer and Secretary. Neither Mr. Slingerlend, nor any officer or director of the Company, has a pecuniary or beneficial interest in CustomDepot.com. In 2003, the Company paid CustomDepot.com a total of $207,955 for products and services.

3/27/2003 Proxy Information

In July 1999, the Company entered into a promissory note with Mr. Joseph A. Mancuso, in the initial principal amount of $300,000, to assist with the purchase of a home. Mr. Mancuso is the Company's Senior Vice President and President of CIBER's Custom Solutions Division. The promissory note requires partial repayment annually, with the balance payable in full in five years or sooner in the event that Mr. Mancuso is no longer an employee of CIBER. The loan is secured by a second mortgage on Mr. Mancuso's residence. As of December 31, 2002, the outstanding balance on the loan receivable from Mr. Mancuso was $220,476. Imputed interest reported on Mr. Mancuso's 2002 Form W-2 was $12,557. The Note expires according to its terms in July, 2004, and will not be renewed or amended.

On January 2, 2002, the Company entered into a Revolving Promissory Note with Mr. Mac J. Slingerlend in the initial principal amount of $1,500,000, for the primary purpose of tax assistance. Mr. Slingerlend is the Company's President, Chief Executive Officer and Secretary. The balance of the Note was due and payable on December 31, 2002. On December 23, 2002, Mr. Slingerlend paid in full all amounts due and owing under the Note and the Note was cancelled. Imputed interest reported on Mr. Slingerlend's 2002 Form W-2 was $36,534.

On January 11, 2002, the Company entered into a vendor agreement with CustomDepot.com for the design, manufacture and provision of custom logo items for the CIBER Gear program and for use at marketing events for the year 2002 (the "Agreement"). This non-exclusive Agreement is one of several entered into with various companies in the ordinary course of business that provide logo-bearing paraphernalia for Company events. The products and services are provided at or below market rates charged by third party vendors. In 2002, the Company paid CustomDepot.com a total of $146,994 for products and services. CustomDepot.com is owned and operated by Ms. Terra Emerson, daughter of the Company's President. No officer or director of the Company has any pecuniary or beneficial interest in CustomDepot.com.