CA Technologies Releases Latest Sustainability Report

Company Achieves Ambitious Carbon Reduction Goal Four Years Ahead of
Schedule

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today’s release of CA Technologies (NASDAQ:CA) latest Sustainability
Report
marks a continued evolution of corporate social impact, from
environmental stewardship to broader societal change. The report
outlines how CA Technologies Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
efforts are linked to their business, positively benefiting customers,
employees and communities around the world.

“Our CSR commitments reflect important global issues that affect our
employees and customers, from environmental challenges to data security
to talent management. Each year we monitor the trends that impact our
business and our communities, and we respond by making strategic
investments in our infrastructure and CSR programs to meet emerging
needs,” said Erica Christensen, vice president, Corporate Social
Responsibility, CA Technologies. “I’m proud of the progress we have made
this year, discovering ways to operate with more purpose and advance
sustainability within the communities we serve.”

Report highlights include:

  • Carbon Emission Reduction. Since 2006, CA has reduced its
    carbon footprint by approximately 36 percent, achieving an absolute
    GHG reduction target four years ahead of schedule. The Environmental
    Protection Agency equates this to removing 7,176 passenger cars from
    the road.
  • Materiality Assessment. In 2016, CA refreshed its materiality
    assessment, last conducted in 2013, to further align corporate
    sustainability strategy. Emerging focus areas include talent
    attraction and retention, diversity and inclusion, STEM (science,
    technology, engineering and math) education, and cybersecurity and
    privacy.
  • Water & Waste Management. CA data centers utilize
    closed-loop water systems for cooling, thereby minimizing water use.
    In addition, CA reclaims 100 percent of rainwater from surfaces at its
    Hyderabad, India facility for landscaping needs.
  • STEM Education. CA is committed to building the STEM pipeline
    and increasing educational and professional participation by
    underrepresented groups, in particular women and students of color.
    This includes partnerships and programs with nonprofits including
    100Kin10, the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology, the Boys
    & Girls Clubs of America, Change the Equation, Citizen Schools,
    DonorsChoose.org, Iridescent, IT-oLogy, NPower and PENCIL.
  • Green Buildings and Green Leases. CA incorporates
    sustainability elements into new leases, including provisions
    requiring the use of cleaning materials that are Green Seal-certified,
    inclusion of building-recycling programs, use of lighting sensors in
    common areas, and landscape irrigation systems that utilize rain
    sensor devices to minimize water use.
  • Employee Generosity. In FY2016, CA matched more than $1.3
    million in employee donations to more than 1,600 nonprofits. This
    year, CA Technologies amplified their commitment to helping employees
    give back by increasing the matching gift limit from $5,000 to $10,000
    and the number of volunteer days from three to five. The company’s
    worldwide employee volunteer initiative, CA Together in Action, takes
    place during the week of Earth Day in April. CA employees take time
    out of their workday to give back by participating in
    environmentally-focused volunteer projects and supporting the
    advancement of STEM learning.
  • Inclusion and Diversity. CA’s THRIVE program helps create an
    inclusive and flexible workplace by attracting, nurturing and
    retaining a diverse workforce. In the company’s most recent Employee
    Opinion Survey, 95 percent of all employees said their immediate
    manager treats employees fairly regardless of their age,
    family/marital status, disability, race/color, religion, sexual
    orientation or gender identity.

CA Technologies believes that today’s world needs products that are
sustainable by design, with the inherent agility to take advantage of the
application economy
. Agile development contributes to
sustainability, as it maximizes resource utilization and minimizes
unnecessary expenses. At the same time, a world driven by software must
put people at the center. CA Technologies CSR efforts combine
environmental benefits with societal programs that transform lives.

This report, which covers the 2015 calendar year, was drafted in
accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 Core guidelines
and incorporates the Ten
Principles of the UN Global Compact.
For the fifth consecutive year,
the report includes external assurance of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

About CA Technologies

CA Technologies (NASDAQ:CA) creates software that fuels transformation
for companies and enables them to seize the opportunities of the
application economy. Software is at the heart of every business in every
industry. From planning, to development, to management and security, CA
is working with companies worldwide to change the way we live, transact,
and communicate – across mobile, private and public cloud, distributed
and mainframe environments. Learn more at www.ca.com.

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Drew Mitchell,
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