Summary of 2007 Compensation for Non-Employee Directors

by MicroStrategy
February 23rd, 2007

Exhibit 10.13

Summary of 2007 Compensation for Non-employee Directors

Each non-employee director (“Outside Director”) receives a fee of $8,000 for each quarterly meeting of the Board of Directors which the Outside Director attends in person. An Outside Director may be paid a quarterly board meeting fee for attending a quarterly board meeting via telephonic conference call if the Outside Director has good reason for the Outside Director’s failure to attend such meeting in person as determined by the Chairman of the Board, but such payment is limited to one occurrence in any given fiscal year. Each Outside Director who is a member of the Audit Committee also receives a fee of $4,000 for each quarterly meeting of such committee which the Outside Director attends in person. Each Outside Director may receive fees up to $12,000 in any fiscal quarter for additional services delegated by the Board of Directors to such Outside Director in the Outside Director’s capacity as a member of the Audit Committee, the Board of Directors or any other committees of the Board of Directors, provided that any such fee paid with respect to a particular service must be approved by the Board of Directors following the completion of such service by the Outside Director. Each Outside Director is reimbursed for all reasonable out-of-pocket expenses incurred by him or her in attending meetings of the Board of Directors and any committee thereof and otherwise in performing his or her duties as an Outside Director, subject to compliance with our standard documentation policies regarding reimbursement of business expenses.

In addition, the Company is authorized to make available, from time to time, tickets to sporting, charity, dining, entertainment or similar events as well as use of corporate suites, club memberships or similar facilities that the company may acquire (“Corporate Development Programs”), for personal use by Company personnel to the extent a Corporate Development Program is not at such time being used exclusively by the Company for business purposes. Eligible personnel include members of the Board of Directors of the Company, executive officers of the Company, and other employees of the Company and its subsidiaries. Any such personal use may be deemed compensation to such persons. To the extent such personal use is deemed compensation to a director, the Company pays to (or withholds and pays to the appropriate taxing authority on behalf of) such director a “tax gross-up” in cash, which would approximate the amount of the individual’s (i) federal and state income and payroll taxes on the taxable income associated with the personal use of Corporate Development Programs plus (ii) federal and state income and payroll taxes on the taxes that the individual may incur as a result of the payment of taxes by the Company.