NeuStar announced that Lawrence J. Bouman has been appointed NeuStar Chief Operating Officer

March 5, 2007

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STERLING, Va. -- NeuStar, Inc. (NYSE:NSR) , a leading provider of essential communications services to the global communications and Internet industry, announced today that Lawrence J. Bouman, a highly respected 30-year telecommunications industry veteran has been appointed NeuStar Chief Operating Officer, reporting to Jeff Ganek, NeuStar Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Bouman succeeds Michael Lach, President and COO, who has left NeuStar to pursue a new endeavor in the private equity industry.

Bouman brings an extensive career as an operating executive and a deep understanding of the NeuStar business. Since 1999, he has served as a Senior Advisor to NeuStar management, focusing on operations and management of growth. He has a long, successful record managing fast growing communications infrastructure companies. He was senior vice president and chief technology officer of long distance provider LCI International where he was responsible for developing and managing the company's first integrated network and information services operation. Prior to LCI, Bouman served in leadership roles at MCI, where he began in 1975. He played key roles in the growth and operation of MCI's network operations, serving ultimately as Senior Vice President of Network Operations until 1995. He also was a member of the board of MetaSolv Software, Inc., and was technology advisor to TriVergent Communications and Terabeam Networks.

"Larry has successfully managed growth in communications at scales larger than NeuStar's," said Ganek. "Larry's strengths are exactly what NeuStar needs as we grow beyond our current size. His strong operating background, coupled with his working knowledge of the NeuStar business garnered from his 8-year history with us, enables him to hit the ground running from day one. Larry makes NeuStar stronger."

Neustar Inc. (NYSE: NSR)

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