THE CORPORATE LIBRARY

Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

MAXIMUS, Inc. (MMS)

1/27/2006 Proxy Information

Governor Thompson is Chairman of the law firm of Winston & Strawn in Chicago. Winston & Strawn has provided certain specialized legal services to MAXIMUS from May 2000 to the present. In 2005, 2004 and 2003, MAXIMUS paid Winston & Strawn $35,191, $138,050 and $12,527, respectively, for legal and business consulting services. Outside of the scope of the categorical standards, the board of directors examined this relationship from a general “facts and circumstances” point of view. That is, the board considered the amounts paid to Winston & Strawn in light of all facts and circumstances involving the relationship, both from the company’s standpoint and from the standpoint of Winston & Strawn. The board concluded that the company’s relationship to Winston & Strawn was not material to any party.

Raymond B. Ruddy, who has served as one of our directors since 2004, provided consulting services to the company during fiscal year 2005. That agreement expired on August 31, 2005 and was not renewed. During fiscal 2005, Mr. Ruddy was paid $44,000 by us, which amount he elected to receive in the form of stock options.

1/26/2005 Proxy Information

Governor Thompson, who has served as one of our directors since March 2001, is Chairman of the law firm of Winston & Strawn in Chicago. Winston & Strawn has provided certain specialized legal services to MAXIMUS from May 2000 to the present.

John Haley, who has served as one of our directors since June 2002, is President and Chief Executive Officer of Watson Wyatt & Company Holdings. Watson Wyatt provided certain compensation consulting services to MAXIMUS from February 2002 through April 2004. Mr. Haley proposed, and the board agreed, that Watson Wyatt will no longer provide services to the company.

Russell Beliveau served as our President of Investor Relations until his retirement in September 2002. Following his retirement, he provided investor and client relations services to the company on an as-needed basis under a consulting agreement. That agreement expired on September 30, 2004 and was not renewed. During fiscal 2004, Mr. Beliveau was paid $32,200 under that agreement.

Raymond B. Ruddy provides consulting services to the company. During fiscal 2004, Mr. Ruddy was paid $4,000 by us.

Donna Muldoon Mastran was employed by us as an Executive Vice President until her retirement in April 2003. She was under contract as a consultant to the company during our 2004 fiscal year. She is married to Dr. Mastran, our former CEO. Mrs. Mastran did not receive compensation from us during our 2004 fiscal year.

Keven L. Kvasnicka is employed by us as a Manager in our Office of Information Systems. Mr. Kvasnicka is married to Dr. Mastran’s daughter. Mr. Kvasnicka earned $96,000 in salary and $2,106 in bonus from us during our 2004 fiscal year. As of the date of this proxy statement, Mr. Kvasnicka remains employed by us on similar terms.

Joseph L. Mastran, Dr. Mastran’s brother, is employed by us as a Corporate Real Estate Specialist. Joseph Mastran earned $67,151 in salary and $1,200 in bonus from us during our 2004 fiscal year. As of the date of this proxy statement, Joseph Mastran remains employed by us on similar terms.

1/26/2004 Proxy Information

Governor Thompson, who has served as one of our directors since his election in March 2001, is Chairman of the law firm of Winston & Strawn in Chicago. Winston & Strawn has provided certain specialized legal services to MAXIMUS from May 2000 to the present.

John Haley, who has served as one of our directors since his election in June 2002, is President and Chief Executive Officer of Watson Wyatt & Company Holdings. Watson Wyatt has provided certain compensation consulting services to MAXIMUS from February 2002 to the present.

Russell Beliveau served as our President of Investor Relations until his retirement in September 2002. He currently has a consulting agreement with us to provide investor relations services on an as-needed basis. During fiscal 2003, Mr. Beliveau was paid $21,612 under that agreement.

Donna Muldoon Mastran was employed by us as an Executive Vice President until her retirement in April 2003. She is currently under contract as a consultant to the company. She is married to Dr. Mastran, our CEO and one of our directors. Mrs. Mastran earned $38,030 in salary from us during our 2003 fiscal year.

Keven L. Kvasnicka is employed by us as a Manager in our Office of Information Systems. Mr. Kvasnicka is married to Dr. Mastran's daughter. Mr. Kvasnicka earned $112,247 in salary and $5,000 in bonus from us during our 2003 fiscal year. As of the date of this proxy statement, Mr. Kvasnicka remains employed by us on similar terms.

Joseph L. Mastran, Dr. Mastran's brother, is employed by us as a Corporate Real Estate Specialist. Joseph Mastran earned $79,195 in salary and $2,900 in bonus from us during our 2003 fiscal year. As of the date of this proxy statement, Joseph Mastran remains employed by us on similar terms.

Compensation Committee Interlocks and Insider Participation

At the beginning of fiscal year 2003, the MAXIMUS Compensation Committee consisted of Mr. Pond and Governor Thompson. Mr. Haley, Mr. Lederer, and Dr. Seymann were added to the Committee on June 4, 2003. As disclosed under the caption "Certain Relationships and Related Transactions" above, Governor Thompson is Chairman of the law firm of Winston & Strawn, which firm has provided certain specialized legal services to MAXIMUS from May 2000 to the present, and Mr. Haley is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Watson Wyatt & Company Holdings, which firm has provided compensation consulting services to MAXIMUS from February 2002 to the present.

In addition, Dr. Mastran and Messrs. Beliveau, Davenport and Grissen, in their respective capacities as members of our board of directors, participated in our board's deliberations during our 2003 fiscal year concerning executive officer compensation. During our 2003 fiscal year, Dr. Mastran, Mr. Davenport and Mr. Grissen also served as officers and employees of MAXIMUS.