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This excerpt taken from the CSCO DEF 14A filed Sep 23, 2009.

The 1997 Supplemental Stock Incentive Plan

The Supplemental Plan expired on December 31, 2007 and Cisco can no longer make equity awards under the Supplemental Plan. Officers and members of Cisco’s Board of Directors were not eligible to participate in the Supplemental Plan. Nine million shares were reserved for issuance under the Supplemental Plan.

This excerpt taken from the CSCO DEF 14A filed Sep 25, 2008.

The 1997 Supplemental Stock Incentive Plan

The Supplemental Plan expired on December 31, 2007 and Cisco can no longer make equity awards under the Supplemental Plan. Officers and members of Cisco’s Board of Directors were not eligible to participate in the Supplemental Plan. Nine million shares were reserved for issuance under the Supplemental Plan.

This excerpt taken from the CSCO DEF 14A filed Sep 26, 2007.

The 1997 Supplemental Stock Incentive Plan

The Supplemental Plan was implemented by the Board of Directors on July 31, 1997 and expires on December 31, 2007. The Supplemental Plan is a non-shareholder approved plan, and Cisco will no longer make option grants or share issuances under the Supplemental Plan. Options were only granted and direct share issuances of common stock were only made under the Supplemental Plan to employees of Cisco (or any parent or subsidiary corporation) who were neither officers nor board members at the time of grant. The Board of Directors authorized 9,000,000 shares of common stock for issuance under the Supplemental Plan. All option grants have an exercise price per share, and all share issuances have a purchase price per share, equal to the closing price per share of common stock on the grant or issuance date. Each option or share issuance may be subject to vesting. Any unvested options or share issuances will immediately vest and become exercisable in full upon certain changes in ownership of Cisco if the options are not assumed or replaced by the acquiring entity or the repurchase rights relating to share issuances are not assigned to the acquiring entity, as applicable. All options are non-statutory options under the federal tax law. As of July 28, 2007, options covering 2,266,135 shares of common stock were outstanding under the Supplemental Plan, 5,843,125 shares remained available for future option grants or share issuances, and options covering 890,740 shares had been exercised. No option grants or share issuances were made in fiscal 2007 under the Supplemental Plan.

This excerpt taken from the CSCO DEF 14A filed Sep 25, 2006.

The 1997 Supplemental Stock Incentive Plan

The Supplemental Plan was implemented by the Board of Directors on July 31, 1997. The Supplemental Plan is a non-shareholder approved plan, and Cisco will no longer make option grants or share issuances under the Supplemental Plan. Options may be granted and direct share issuances of common stock may be made under the Supplemental Plan to employees of Cisco (or any parent or subsidiary corporation) who are neither officers nor board members at the time of grant. The Board of Directors has authorized 9,000,000 shares of common stock for issuance under the Supplemental Plan. All option grants will have an exercise price per share, and all share issuances will have a purchase price per share, equal to the closing selling price per share of common stock on the grant or issuance date. Each option or share issuance may be subject to vesting. Any unvested options or share issuances will immediately vest and become exercisable in full upon certain changes in ownership of Cisco if the options are not assumed or replaced by the acquiring entity or the repurchase rights relating to share issuances are not assigned to the acquiring entity, as applicable. All options are non-statutory options under the federal tax law. As of July 29, 2006, options covering 2,783,223 shares of common stock were outstanding under the Supplemental Plan, 5,807,841 shares remained available for future option grants or share issuances, and options covering 408,936 shares had been exercised. No option grants or share issuances were made in fiscal 2006 under the Supplemental Plan.

This excerpt taken from the CSCO DEF 14A filed Sep 26, 2005.

The 1997 Supplemental Stock Incentive Plan

 

The Supplemental Plan was implemented by the Board of Directors on July 31, 1997. The Supplemental Plan is a non-shareholder approved plan, and Cisco will no longer make option grants or share issuances under the Supplemental Plan. Options may be granted and direct share issuances of common stock may be made under the Supplemental Plan to employees of Cisco (or any parent or subsidiary corporation) who are neither officers nor board members at the time of grant. The Board of Directors has authorized 9,000,000 shares of common stock for issuance under the Supplemental Plan. All option grants will have an exercise price per share, and all share issuances will have a purchase price per share, equal to the closing selling price per share of common stock on the grant or issuance date. Each option or share issuance may be subject to vesting. Any unvested options or share issuances will immediately vest and become exercisable in full upon certain changes in ownership of Cisco if the options are not assumed or replaced by the acquiring entity or the repurchase rights relating to share issuances are not assigned to the acquiring entity, as applicable. All options are non-statutory options under the federal tax law. As of July 30, 2005, options covering 3,069,418 shares of common stock were outstanding under the Supplemental Plan, 5,689,199 shares remained available for future option grants or share issuances, and options covering 241,383 shares had been exercised. No option grants or share issuances were made in fiscal 2005 under the Supplemental Plan.

 

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