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What are the timeframes for each of the signatures on an NCOER? Also how early can an NCOER be submitted to HQDA?

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DA PAM 623-3 3–4. Part II, Authentication states:

Part II of DA Form 2166–9–1 is for authentication by the rated NCO and rating officials after the NCOER has been completed at the end of the rating period. Table 3–2 details instructions for completing part II. To facilitate the rated NCO in signing the NCOER after authentication by the rating officials, the NCOER can be signed and dated by each individual in the rating chain up to 14 days prior to the “THRU” date of the NCOER; however, the NCOER cannot be forwarded to HQDA until the “THRU” date of the NCOER.

a. The supplementary reviewer’s signature and date cannot be before the senior rater’s signature.

b. The senior rater’s signature and date cannot be before the rater’s signature.

c. The rated NCO’s signature and date cannot be before the rater’s or senior rater’s signature.

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