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Computer Associates International, Inc. (CA)

7/26/2005 Proxy Information

The Company has been informed that Mr. Kumar has a minority ownership interest in the New York Islanders, a National Hockey League club. In fiscal 2005, the Company paid the New York Islanders a total of approximately $359,920 for, among other things, the rental of a corporate suite and the purchase of advertising. The amount paid to the Islanders included use of the corporate suite for New York Dragons home games. Due to the cancellation of the 2004-2005 NHL season, the amounts the Company paid to the Islanders will be credited to the 2005-2006 season for similar purposes. The Company has been informed that Messrs. Kumar and Artzt have a minority interest in the Dragons, an arena football team. The Company may continue to purchase similar services from the Islanders in future years. These expenditures are consistent with the Company’s overall marketing plan and with amounts paid by third parties for similar services. This amount was approved by the Company’s Board of Directors.

An immediate family member (but not a spouse or child) of Mr. Kumar was employed by the Company until October 2004 and received cash compensation of $121,026 plus standard benefits available to all employees. The compensation was commensurate with other employees having equivalent positions and responsibilities.

In April 2004 the Company paid Douglas E. Robinson $87,500 in consideration for 70,000 shares of common stock of iCan SP, Inc. (“iCan”), a corporation in which the Company owned 9,930,000 of the 10,000,000 outstanding shares of common stock. The 70,000 shares had been sold to Mr. Robinson for an aggregate of $87,500 as part of a total of 500,000 restricted shares (the “iCan Restricted Shares”) that were sold to four of the executive officers of iCan in October 2001 for a purchase price of $1.25 per share pursuant to a Restricted Stock Purchase Agreement that allowed iCan to repurchase the iCan Restricted Shares at the original purchase price in the event that the executive officer ceased to be an employee of iCan for any reason. In April 2004 the Company merged the operations of iCan into the Company’s operations and iCan terminated Mr. Robinson’s employment and repurchased his iCan Restricted Shares. Mr. Robinson continued to be employed by the Company as Senior Vice President and Corporate Controller.

7/29/2004 Proxy Information

The Company has been informed that Mr. Kumar has a minority ownership interest in the New York Islanders, a National Hockey League club, and that Messrs. Kumar and Artzt have a minority ownership interest in the New York Dragons, an arena football team. In fiscal 2004, the Company paid the two organizations a total of approximately $571,000 for, among other things, the rental of a corporate suite and the purchase of advertising. The Company may purchase similar services from the Islanders and Dragons in fiscal 2005. These expenditures are consistent with the Company’s overall marketing plan and with amounts paid by third parties for similar services. This amount was approved by the Company’s Board of Directors (other than Messrs. Kumar and Artzt).

Immediate family members (but in no case a spouse or child) of Messrs. Kumar and Richards are employed by the Company and received total cash compensation of $295,000 and $903,867, respectively, in fiscal 2004, plus standard benefits available to all employees. In each case the compensation levels were commensurate with other employees having similar positions and responsibilities.

In fiscal 2004, the Company paid $125,000 to Dasar to sponsor various events regarding the technology industry. Mr. Vieux is the Chairman of Dasar. In fiscal 2004, the Company paid $90,000 for advertising in Red Herring. Mr. Vieux is Chairman and CEO of Red Herring.

Mr. Wang was Chairman of Computer Associates International, Inc. from 1980 to 2002 and Chief Executive Officer from 1976 until August 2000.

7/21/2003 Proxy Information

Mr. Kumar has a minority ownership interest in the New York Islanders, a National Hockey League club, and Messrs. Kumar and Artzt have a minority ownership interest in the New York Dragons, an arena football team. In fiscal 2003, the Company paid the two organizations a total of approximately $558,000 for the rental of a corporate suite and the purchase of advertising. The Company expects to purchase similar services from the Islanders and Dragons in fiscal 2004. These expenditures are consistent with the Company’s overall marketing plan and with amounts paid by third parties for similar services. This amount was approved by the Company’s Board of Directors (other than Messrs. Kumar and Artzt).

Mr. Vieux is the Chairman of DASAR, an international company that produces conferences for the technology industry. Before he joined the Company’s Board of Directors, the Company agreed to sponsor one of these conferences, for which it paid DASAR approximately $100,000; this payment was made in November 2002. This payment is believed to be consistent with amounts paid by third parties for similar services.

Immediate family members (but in no case a spouse or child) of Messrs. Zar, Kumar and Richards are employed by the Company and received total cash compensation of $115,508, $256,250 and $648,774, respectively, in fiscal 2003, plus standard benefits available to all employees. In each case the compensation levels were commensurate with other employees having similar positions and responsibilities.