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If my last NCOER was just tuned in late (change of rater) and my current rating chain is leaving am I due for another change of rater?

I had a change of rater NCOER that was overdue by 4 months and was finally signed a few days ago and sent up. I found out today that my rater will be leaving to go to the sergeant major academy, and my senior rater will be changing units. Since my last NCOER was sent late, do I have to do another NCOER since my current rating chain that is leaving, and the last one was turned in late?

Bottom-line

It depends

Discussion

There is some information missing in your question so I will have to make some assumptions:
If your previous change of rater (the late one) came from another rating chain and covered a different period of time and the time between your late NCOER and the time the current rating chain will be leaving is at least 90 days then you would be due for another chain of rater NCOER.

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posted on 07/23/2018 under Q&A
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