Acquisition by John Laubacker of 15350 shares of Computer Task subject to Rule 16b-3

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Filed transaction by Computer Task Group Inc officer. Grant, award or other acquisition pursuant to Rule 16b-3

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Computer insider trading alert for grant of common stock by John Laubacker, Chief Financial Officer, on 18th of March 2022. This event was filed by Computer Task Group Inc with SEC on 2022-03-22. Statement of changes in beneficial ownership - SEC Form 4

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