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Trimble Navigation Limited (TRMB)

4/10/2006 Proxy Information

In a letter of employment dated December 6, 2004, the Company agreed to pay certain expenses incurred in connection with Mr. BahriÕs relocation to Sunnyvale, California from Ontario, Canada. Pursuant to the letter of employment, Mr. Bahri received an aggregate of $106,475 for relocation expenses, including amounts paid to third parties on his behalf and amounts grossed-up for taxes. In addition, for the first five years of his employment, Mr. Bahri will receive a yearly bonus to defray the cost of living expenses in an exceptional housing market.

Since 2002 both the daughter and son-in law of Dennis Workman, an executive officer of the Company, have performed consulting services for the Company. In the 2005 fiscal year, the aggregate fees paid to both of them totaled $77,988. The Audit Committee reviewed the nature of the services and the relationship and has approved the continuation of the consulting services.

Since 1998, Mr. Goodrich has served as of Trimble Navigation Limted's Corporate Secretary; however, he is not, and has never been an employee of the Company.

4/8/2005 Proxy Information

Since 1998, Mr. Goodrich has served as of Trimble Navigation Limted's Corporate Secretary; however, he is not, and has never been an employee of the Company.

While on a leave of absence from Stanford University, Bradford W. Parkinson served as Trimble Navigation Limited's President and Chief Executive Officer from August 1998 through March 1999, while Trimble searched for a Chief Executive Officer.

On August 15, 2001 the Company made a loan to Irwin Kwatek, an executive officer of the Company, for the purpose of assisting him in the acquisition of his primary residence. The note was for a term of five years, secured by a second deed of trust on the residence and bearing interest at the rate of 4.99% per annum. The largest amount outstanding during fiscal year 2004 was $150,000. Mr. Kwatek prepaid the loan in full in 2004 and at the record date there was no outstanding principal balance on the loan.

Since 2002 both the daughter and son-in law of Dennis Workman, an executive officer of the Company, have performed consulting services for the Company. The aggregate fees paid to both of them were $53,875 in 2002, $95,875 in 2003 and $99,500 in 2004. The Audit Committee reviewed the nature of the services and the relationship and has approved the continuation of the consulting services.

4/8/2004 Proxy Information

In connection with agreeing to serve as the Company's Chairman of the Board of Directors beginning in August 1998, Dr. Cooper entered into a standby consulting agreement with the Company for which he would have been paid on an hourly basis for consulting services on an as needed basis as determined by the Company's Chief Executive Officer. This Agreement expired on September 1, 2003 and no compensation was paid under this Agreement during the 2003 fiscal year. Dr. Cooper continues to serve as the Company's Chairman of the Board of Directors, but has not received any additional compensation for such services.

Bradford W. Parkinson served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Trimble Navigation Limited (where he remains a director and a consultant) from August 1998 through March 1999, while Trimble searched for a Chief Executive Officer.

The following table sets forth information with regard to loans made to executive officers of the Company who had outstanding amounts of more than $60,000 at any time since the beginning of the Company's last fiscal year. Each of these loans was made by the Company for the purpose of assisting such executive officer in the acquisition of his primary residence in an exceptional housing market in a location for the benefit of the Company in accordance with the Company's bylaws. Each of these loans is secured by a second deed of trust on such residence, has a term of five years and requires that the interest on such principal amounts be paid currently each year. The principal balance is due in full at the end of such five year term, but such executive officers may pre-pay all or any portion of such balance without a prepayment penalty. The interest rate for each of these loans was set with reference to the then applicable mid-term annual federal rate. (See proxy for chart of loan amounts).

4/14/2003 Proxy Information

Robert S. Cooper, John B. Goodrich and William Hart served as the members of the Company's Compensation Committee during the 2002 fiscal year. In August 1998, Dr. Cooper was appointed to serve as the Company's Chairman of the Board of Directors and became an employee of the Company through August 1999 pursuant to an agreement approved by a majority of the disinterested members of the Board of Directors. In December 1998, Mr. Goodrich was appointed to serve as the Company's corporate secretary; however, he is not, and has never been an employee of the Company. In addition, Mr. Goodrich retired in February 2002 as a member of the law firm of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, P.C. where he practiced from 1970. The law firm was retained by the Company during the previous fiscal years as outside counsel to provide certain legal services to the Company. Mr. Hart is not, and has never been, an employee or officer of the Company.

Dr. Parkinson has served as a consultant to the Company since 1982. During the last Fiscal Year, he received a total of $54,000 for consulting services that he provided to the Company. In the past, Dr. Parkinson and Dr. Cooper were also directly employed by the Company in connection with serving as the Company's President and Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, respectively, and in providing transitional services to the Company through August 1999. As part of such agreements, each also entered into certain standby consulting agreements with the Company.

In June 2000, the Company entered into an agreement for professional services with Bjursund Invest AB, a company which is wholly-owned by Ulf J. Johansson. Pursuant to the terms of this agreement, Mr. Johansson will provide certain consulting and advisory services to the Company in Sweden and Europe in addition to his serving on the Company's Board of Directors. The Company will pay $4,000 per day for such services with an annual guaranteed minimum payment of $24,000 together with expenses invoiced at cost, but in no event will payments during any one year exceed $60,000. Such agreement has a one-year term and is subject to automatic renewals in one-year extensions unless previously terminated with one month advance notice. The Company paid a total of $29,508 under this agreement for services rendered during fiscal year 2002.

Steven W. Berglund and Irwin L. Kwatek have loans that exceed $60,000 and have been outstanding since the beginning the the Company's last fiscal year. Each of these loans was made by the Company for the purpose of assisting such executive officer in the acquisition of his primary residence in an exceptional housing market in a location for the benefit of the Company in accordance with the Company's bylaws. Each of these loans is secured by a second deed of trust on such residence, has a term of five years and requires that the interest on such principal amounts be paid currently each year. The principal balance is due in full at the end of such five year term, but such executive officers may pre-pay all or any portion of such balance without a prepayment penalty. The interest rate for each of these loans was set with reference to the then applicable mid-term annual federal rate.