THE CORPORATE LIBRARY

Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

Tom Brown, Inc. (Retired) (TBI.X)

4/2/2004 Proxy Information

Brownlie, Wallace, Armstrong and Bander Exploration (BWAB), a partnership, owns working interests in oil and gas leases located in Wyoming, in which the Company also owns interests and acts as operator. Mr. Wallace, a director of the Company, is a partner in BWAB. During 2003, the Company billed BWAB approximately $11,000 for BWABs proportionate share of costs associated with the leases and wells located thereon. Payments to the Company are due after monthly billings by the Company on the same basis as all other interest owners, and BWABs participation in the leases and wells located thereon is on the same basis as all other participants.

Mr. Groppe, a partner in the oil and gas consulting firm of Groppe, Long & Littell, Houston, Texas, is a director of the Company and is a member of the Compensation Committee. The Company retains the services of Groppe, Long & Littell from time to time and paid the firm $37,000 in consulting fees during 2003.

4/1/2003 Proxy Information

Brownlie, Wallace, Armstrong and Bander Exploration (BWAB), a partnership, owns working interests in oil and gas leases located in Wyoming, in which the Company also owns interests and acts as operator. Mr. Wallace, a director of the Company, is a partner in BWAB. During 2002, the Company billed BWAB approximately $111,000 for BWABs proportionate share of costs associated with the leases and wells located thereon. Payments to the Company are due after monthly billings by the Company on the same basis as all other interest owners, and BWABs participation in the leases and wells located thereon is on the same basis as all other participants.

Mr. Groppe, a partner in the oil and gas consulting firm of Groppe, Long & Littell, Houston, Texas, is a director of the Company and is a member of the Compensation Committee. The Company retains the services of Groppe, Long & Littell from time to time and paid the firm $38,000 in consulting fees during 2002.