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50 Minuteman Road, Andover, Massachusetts 01810 U.S.A. • +1 978.256.1300 • www.mrcy.com • twitter: @MRCY March 30, 2020 Re: Mercury Systems, Inc., 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Dear Governor, As part of our commitment to transparent and frequent communications, this letter is intended to provide the latest updates to our Coronavirus (COVID-19) response. Given the accelerated pace of changing conditions, and the importance of understanding how businesses in your state are actively addressing this crisis, we want to keep you and your team apprised of the many steps Mercury has taken and continues to take in accordance with new information. Of particular relevance is the official designation of the defense industrial sector as essential to ensuring the security, health and safety of the United States by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). We appreciate that your administration has also identified Mercury as a critical infrastructure provider and authorized us to continue operations in your state. In recognition of the important mission-critical role Mercury plays within the aerospace and defense industry, senior leadership has confirmed its intent that, consistent with state and local orders, all of our U.S. sites will remain open. Even before COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, we recognized the need to take advantage of early windows of opportunity, to commit to leading from the front, to develop plans to possibly prevent or at least minimize the impact of an incident to employees and the business, and to have continued decisive, proactive responses to a constantly developing situation that are in keeping with our purpose, our commitment to corporate stewardship as well as our culture and value s. Mercury continuously evaluates and assesses the impact of significant events that may affect the health and safety of our employees, as well as those that may impact our operations and ultimately the communities in which we operate. As a result, we have: Appointed a COVID-19 Response Committee which convenes daily; Held weekly interactive CEO-led Skype meetings with all managers and daily 'All Employee' continuity updates; Asked all employees who are able to work from home to do so (>50% of employee population); Put in place segregation areas and other social distancing requirements at all of our facilities in adherence to recommended CDC guidelines; Instituted a policy of 120 hours additional sick leave for employees for Coronavirus-related circumstances; Placed a hold on all international and domestic travel and all non-critical on-site customer and supplier visits; Cancelled participation in all trade shows, conferences and speaking engagements for the next 90 days; Established a relief fund, starting at $1M (~$1,000 per eligible employee), to assist Mercury employees experiencing unexpected financial burdens as a result of this crisis; Promoted and subsidized telemedicine options for all employees participating in Mercury insurance programs; Incorporated various levels of extended cleaning and deep cleaning protocols for all sites; and, Built a dedicated COVID-19 microsite for maintaining up-to-date business continuity information. At Mercury, our focus remains on delivering critical technology to our customers. We have a strong balance sheet, are well capitalized, and have support from long-term shareholders. Currently, we are executing against our business continuity plans to ensure our employees remain productive, efficient and connected, whether working on-site or from home. To date, there have been no major disruptions to our supply chain or product deliveries. We are actively working with our critical supply base to assist with establishing proper defense industrial base designations in order to maintain continuous operations. As local, state and the federal government enact measures to address this pandemic, we are committed to remaining compliant with local mandates. Mercury appreciates your partnership and your continued confidence in us. Sincerely, Didier M.C. Thibaud Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer

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