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Form of letter sent to employees of Unisys Corporation:

You may have seen the recent message from Jim Unruh in Unisys
News Network urging employee stockholders to vote against the 
shareholder proposal to separate the company's computer 
systems/software business from our two services businesses 
through a sale or spinoff.

I want to reaffirm that message for [insert business unit] 
employee stockholders who may have missed it.

The Board of Directors has reviewed the proposal and concluded 
that it would be disruptive to our business, our customer 
relationships, and to the financial progress we are making.  It 
would jeopardize relationships with our clients at a time when 
more than 70 percent of our revenue comes from customers doing 
business with all three of our business units.  It would destroy 
the synergy among the groups, risking lower sales for all three.  
And it would eliminate a major differentiator for Unisys - our 
ability to provide integrated information management solutions to 
our clients.

Financial analysts who cover our company and our industry agree 
that this proposal is a bad idea.  In a recent survey of 12 top-
tier financial analysts, none supported the proposal.  One said:  
"It doesn't make sense to spin the businesses off today because 
they are too interrelated.  Spinning off the services today would 
not add value; on the contrary, it would result in a decline in 

The proposal was submitted by the investment group Greenway 
Partners, which made a similar proposal in last year's proxy 
statement to split up the company into three separate businesses.  
Last year's proposal was soundly defeated by approximately 70 
percent of the shares voted.

Although this year's proposal also is non-binding, a significant 
vote "for" could create uncertainty with our clients and provide 
opportunities for our competitors.  It is important to send the 
right message to our clients: that we are focused on meeting 
their needs in an integrated fashion.

It is particularly important that employee participants in the 
Unisys Savings Plan take the time to vote their proxy cards.  If 
you own shares in the Unisys Savings Plan and you do not return 
your signed proxy card by April 18, the trustee (Fidelity) will 
vote your shares for you in the same proportion as the votes it 
has received from participants who have sent in their cards.  If 
only a minority of participants send in their cards, the final 
vote will reflect their preferences -- not necessarly yours.

If you are an employee stockholder, I urge you to cast your vote 
"against" the Greenway proposal. If you need a proxy card to vote 
or to change your vote, contact the Office of the Corporate 
Secretary at Net 423-4042 or 215-986-4042.