Details of request “Was the vacancy for the head of finance role in 2015 advertised

Event history

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id event_type created_at described_state last_described_at calculated_state link
2989270  sent  2018-04-29 20:51:04 +0100  waiting_response  2018-04-29 20:51:04 +0100  waiting_response  outgoing  
3114502  overdue  2018-05-30 00:00:00 +0100         
3114757  response  2018-05-30 09:33:32 +0100        incoming  
3471845  edit  2018-08-31 03:45:34 +0100         
3471846  edit  2018-08-31 03:45:34 +0100         
3471847  edit  2018-08-31 03:45:34 +0100         
4640925  edit  2019-05-31 03:46:22 +0100         
4640926  edit  2019-05-31 03:46:22 +0100         
4640927  edit  2019-05-31 03:46:22 +0100         
4640928  edit  2019-05-31 03:46:23 +0100         
4640929  edit  2019-05-31 03:46:23 +0100         
4640930  edit  2019-05-31 03:46:23 +0100         

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