Success of the 20/30 Year Rule in clearing backlogs of NICS Annual Performance Appraisal Reports

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Dear Executive Office (Northern Ireland),

Northern Ireland Civil Service problems and delays with both its Annual Performance Appraisal Reporting (APR) System and the linked Promotion System are legendary, running literally decades late.
Because all forms of communication on issues relating to APRs are formally banned in perpetuity , necessary explanations for signatory disowned or apparently fraudulent markings are being, quite officially, delayed and postponed until a time when the 20/30 year rule may become applicable. Meantime of course , on Equality grounds, all legal Promotion competitions have had to be similarly delayed, kept in sync and, quite literally, bedlam has inevitably resulted . Stress and disengagement levels are through the roof, efficiency through the floor.
I write to enquire please if there is any record of the 20/30 year rule being successfully used to secure disclosure of overdue explanations for apparently fraudulent markings. and thus to initiate the task of clearing backlogs?

Yours faithfully,

AIDAN QUINN

Dear Executive Office (Northern Ireland),
H, if there is such a record, there is absolutely no need to wait a statutory month before releasing it.
Just popping me an email would be fine.
Paper copies can follow if broadcasters need them.

Yours faithfully,

AIDAN QUINN

Dear Executive Office (Northern Ireland),
Hi Would it be possible please to have the reply by land mail and on headed paper please?
Good Luck

Yours faithfully,

AIDAN QUINN

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