2013-2014 Annual Report on the Administration of the Access to Information Act

Posted on : Friday 11 December 2015

The Access to Information Act

The Access to Information Act (hereafter the “Act”) gives Canadian citizens, as well as individuals and corporations present in Canada, the right to access federal government records that are not of a personal nature. The public’s right of access to information is balanced against the legitimate need to protect sensitive information and to permit effective functioning of government, while promoting transparency and accountability in government institutions.

The Act complements but does not replace other procedures for obtaining government information. It is not intended to limit in any way access to government information normally available to the public upon request.

Section 72 of the Act requires the head of every government institution to submit an annual report to Parliament on the administration of the Act during the fiscal year. This report describes how the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) administered the Act throughout fiscal year 2013-2014.

Overview of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service

In 1984, the Government of Canada passed an Act of Parliament for the creation of a civilian security intelligence service. This legislation not only gave birth to CSIS, it also clarified the differences between security intelligence activities and law-enforcement work, bringing to an end the 120-year interlocking of Canada's security intelligence service with the federal police force. CSIS came into existence on July 16, 1984.

CSIS is at the forefront of Canada's national security establishment and as such, its programs are proactive and pre-emptive. Its role is to investigate threats, analyze information and produce intelligence. CSIS reports to, and advises, the Government of Canada so as to protect the country and its citizens. Key threats include terrorism, espionage, foreign interference, the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and cyber-threats against critical information systems and infrastructure.

Through its Security Screening Program, CSIS provides advice that prevents non-Canadians who pose security concerns from entering Canada or receiving permanent resident status or citizenship. CSIS also helps prevent individuals of security concern from gaining access to Canadian information, assets, sites or events.

The Access to Information and Privacy Section

The Access to Information and Privacy (ATIP) Section reports to the Assistant Director, Policy and Strategic Partnerships via the Director General, Litigation and Disclosure Branch. The ATIP Section has an establishment of 15 employees to fulfill CSIS’ obligations under the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act. The CSIS Legal Services Branch provides legal advice as required.

During the course of the past year, an Analyst position was converted to an Officer in order to deal with the dramatic increase in informal requests for material previously released under the Act. When fully staffed, the ATIP Section is comprised of a Chief, ATIP, a Deputy Chief, three unit Heads, eight Analysts and two Officers. During the reporting period, staffing levels varied between 10 and 13 positions. At the end of the reporting period, 12 positions were filled; the Deputy Chief and two Analyst positions were vacant. All staff in the ATIP Section are fully dedicated to the administration of the ATIP program within CSIS, providing high-quality and timely responses to our clients.

Listed below are the ATIP Section’s responsibilities vis-à-vis the Access to Information Act:

  • receive and process all requests in accordance to the Act;
  • assist requesters in formulating their requests when required;
  • gather all pertinent records and ensure that the search for information is rigorous and complete;
  • assess fees;
  • conduct the initial record review and provide recommendations to the program areas;
  • conduct all internal and external consultations;
  • consolidate the recommendations;
  • apply all discretionary and mandatory exemptions under the Act;
  • assist the Office of the Information Commissioner (OIC) in all access to information related matters including complaints against CSIS;
  • represent CSIS in access to information litigation cases;
  • coordinate the annual Info Source update and submission to Treasury Board Secretariat (TBS);
  • prepare the annual report on the administration of Act;
  • provide ongoing advice and guidance to senior management and departmental staff on all matters related to the access to information program;
  • promote access to information awareness and training sessions within the department to ensure all staff are aware of the obligations imposed by the legislation;
  • monitor departmental compliance with the Act, regulations and relevant procedures and policies;
  • respond to consultations received from external organizations;
  • maintain the CSIS’ public reading room;
  • develop and maintain access to information policies and guidelines; and
  • participate in ATIP community activities, such as the annual Canadian Access and Privacy Association (CAPA) conference, TBS ATIP community meetings and various working groups.


Delegation of Authority

In accordance with section 73 of the Access to Information Act, a delegation order signed by the Minister of Public Safety Canada designates the persons holding the positions of Director of CSIS, the Assistant Director, Policy and Strategic Partnerships, the Director General, Litigation and Disclosure Branch and the Chief, ATIP to exercise and perform the duties of the Minister as Head of the institution. The order was issued on January 21, 2014, by the Minister of Public Safety Canada, the Honourable Steven Blaney.

Number of Requests Under the Access to Information Act

During this reporting period, CSIS received a total of 903 requests. In addition, 61 requests were carried over from the previous reporting period for a total of 964 requests. Of these, 916 were completed and 48 were carried over to the next reporting period. 635 requests were treated informally. The subject matter of the requests covered mainly Briefing Notes, Intelligence Reports and Security Threat Assessments.

 

The table below maps out the trend for the previous three years.

Request Status

Fiscal Year

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

Requests Received

229

488

903

Requests Carried Over From Previous Year

36

46

61

Requests Completed

219

473

916

Requests Carried Over to Next Year

46

61

48

Informal Requests

3

245

635

Sources of Requests

Of the 903 new requests received in 2013-2014:

  • 280 (41%) came from the media;
  • 161 (18%) came from academia;
  • 86 ( 9%) came from business;
  • 5 (< .01%) came from organization; and
  • 371 (31%) came from the public.

Disposition of Completed Requests

The disposition of the 916 requests completed in 2013-2014 was as follows:

  • 1 was all disclosed;
  • 121 were disclosed in part;
  • 23 were exempted in their entirety;
  • 3 were excluded;
  • 93 were no records exist
  • 6 were transferred;
  • 34 were abandoned; and
  • 635 were treated informally;

 

The following is a breakdown of the completed requests of the last three fiscal years.

Request Disposition

Fiscal Year

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

All disclosed

1

4

1

Disclosed in part

99

118

121

Exempted in entirety

12

14

23

Excluded

0

2

3

No records exist

84

65

93

Transferred

3

2

6

Abandoned

17

23

34

Treated informally

3

245

635

Completion Rate

During the 2013-2014 fiscal year, the CSIS ATIP Section completed the 916 requests within the following time frames:

  • 497 (54%) were completed in 0 to 15 days;
  • 275 (30%) were completed in 16 to 30 days;
  • 51 (6%) were completed in 31 to 60 days;
  • 38 (4%) were completed in 61 to 120 days;
  • 36 (4%) were completed in 121 to 180 days;
  • 18 (2%) were completed in 181 to 365 days; and
  • 1 (< .01%) was completed over 365 days.

Exemptions Invoked

The ATIP Section invoked exemptions under the Act a total of 796 times, as follows:

  • 60 times under paragraph 13(1)(a) (information obtained in confidence)
  • 4 times under paragraph 13(1)(b) (information obtained in confidence)
  • 13 times under paragraph 13(1)(c) (information obtained in confidence);
  • 6 times under paragraph 13(1)(d) (information obtained in confidence) ;
  • 44 times under section 15 (international affairs);
  • 10 times under section 15 (defence of Canada);
  • 148 times under section 15 (subversive activities);
  • 13 times under subparagraph 16(1)(a)(i) (law enforcement and investigations);
  • 13 times under subparagraph16(1)(a)(ii) (law enforcement and investigations);
  • 78 times under subsection 16(1)(a)(iii) (law enforcement and investigations);
  • 21 times under paragraph 16(1)(b) (law enforcement and investigations);
  • 71 times under paragraph 16(1)(c) (law enforcement and investigations);
  • 16 times under paragraph 16(2)(a) (vulnerabilities);
  • 2 times under paragraph 16(2)(b) (vulnerabilities);
  • 6 times under paragraph 16(2)(c) (vulnerabilities);
  • 4 times under section 17 (safety of individuals);
  • 1 time under subsection 18(b) (economic interests of Canada);
  • 111 times under subsection 19(1) (personal information);
  • 4 times under paragraph 20(1)(b) (third party information);
  • 4 time under paragraph 20(1)(c) (third party information);
  • 1 time under paragraph 20(1)(d) (third party information);
  • 32 times under paragraph 21(1)(a) (advice, etc.);
  • 33 times under paragraph 21(1)(b) (advice, etc.);
  • 5 times under paragraph 21(1)(c) (advice, etc.);
  • 3 times under paragraph 21(1)(d) (advice, etc.);
  • 13 times under section 23 (solicitor-client privilege); and
  • 80 times under subsection 24(1) (statutory prohibitions against disclosure).

Exclusions Cited

The ATIP Section invoked exclusions under the Act a total of 41 times, as follows:

  • 4 times under subsection 68(a) (Act does not apply to certain materials/information);
  • 3 times under paragraph 69(1)(a) (confidences of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada);
  • 2 times under paragraph 69(1)(d) (confidences of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada);
  • 3 times under paragraph 69(1)(e) (confidences of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada); and
  • 29 times under paragraph 69(1)(g) (confidences of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada).

Format of Information Released

During this reporting period, CSIS disclosed the information 86 times in paper and 36 times in electronic format.

Deemed Refusals

Eleven requests were closed past the statutory deadlines. No requests were carried over in deemed refusal.

Translation of Requests

No requests for translation were received.

Extensions

During this reporting period, 106 extensions were taken for the following reasons:

  • 21 extensions under paragraph 9(1)(a) (interference with operations);
  • 14 extensions under paragraph 9(1)(b) (section 69); and
  • 71 extensions under paragraph 9(1)(b) (other).

Length of Extensions

During the 2013-2014 fiscal year, the extensions cited above were taken for the following lengths of time:

  • 6 for 30 days or less;
  • 13 for 31 to 60 days;
  • 54 for 61 to 120 days;
  • 28 for 121 to 180 days;
  • 5 for 181 to 365 days; and
  • None were taken for more than 365 days.

Fees

The Service collected a total of $1,538 in fees. The fees were divided as follows:

  • $1,130 in application fees;
  • $290 for search; and
  • $119 in reproduction charges.

A total of $9,648 in fees were waived or refunded:

  • $150 in application fees;
  • $7,703 in search fees;
  • $100 in preparation fees; and
  • $1,695 in reproduction fees.

Consultations Received from Other Government Institutions

During this reporting period, 317 consultation requests were received and 49 were carried forward from the previous year, for a total of 366. In addition, 323 consultations were closed and 43 were carried over to the next fiscal year. A total of 67,933 pages were reviewed and 6,322 pages were pending review.

 

The table below shows the three-year trend.

Consultation Status

Fiscal Year

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

Consultations received

325

290

317

Consultations carried forward

from previous year

48

79

49

Consultations completed

308

316

323

Consultations carried forward

to next year

79

49

43

Completion Time for Consultations Received from Other Government Institutions

During the 2013-2014 fiscal year, the CSIS ATIP Section completed the consultations within the following time frames:

  • 62 completed in 0 to 15 days;
  • 53 completed in 16 to 30 days;
  • 88 completed in 31 to 60 days;
  • 51 completed in 61 to 120 days;
  • 29 completed in 121 to 180 days;
  • 19 completed in 181 to 365 days ; and
  • 13 completed in more than 365 days.

Consultations Received from Other Organizations

Two consultations were received from other organizations.

Completion Time of Consultations on Cabinet Confidences

During this reporting period, 25 consultations responses were received from either the Privy Council Office or the Department of Justice. Twelve responses were received past the deadline. The consultations were completed within the following time frames:

  • 7 were received in 0 to 15 days - none past the deadline;
  • 4 were received in 16 to 30 days - 2 past the deadline;
  • 5 were received in 31 to 60 days - 3 past the deadline;
  • 6 were received in 61 to 120 days - 6 past the deadline;
  • None received in 121 to 180 days;
  • 1 was received in 181 to 365 days - 1 past the deadline; and
  • None took more than 365 days.

Costs Related to the Administration of the Access to Information Act

During the 2013-2014, the ATIP Section incurred an estimated $529,662 in salaries and $2,187 in costs relating to goods and services for a total of $531,849. No overtime costs were incurred.

Other Requests

The ATIP Section also acted as a resource for CSIS officials and offered advice and guidance on the provisions of the legislation. The ATIP Section was consulted on issues relating to a range of matters, such as information management issues, security of information, draft policies and memoranda of understanding and releases of information made by CSIS outside the parameters of the Act.

Highlights and Accomplishments for 2013-2014

This fiscal year’s on-time completion rate is 97%.

Education and Training

During the 2013-2014 reporting period, the ATIP Section continued to conduct awareness sessions for all new employees. Additional awareness sessions were also provided to a number of managers and specialized groups. Over the reporting period, 2 briefing sessions were given to 15 participants. In addition, as part of CSIS’ E-learning initiative, an ATIP awareness video has been developed. This video is a requirement for all new employees and acts as a reference for all others. During the past fiscal year, the video was viewed 60 times. The purpose of the sessions and video is to provide participants with an overview of the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act, to promote a better understanding of their obligations under the Acts and the ATIP process within CSIS.

Significant Changes to Organization, Programs, Operations or Policy

None to report.

Overview of New or Revised Access to Information Act-related Policies and Procedures Implemented

None to report.

Changes As a Result of Issues Raised by the Office of the Information Commissioner

None to report.

Changes As a Result of Issues Raised by Other Agents of Parliament

None to report.

Complaints and Investigations

A total of 20 complaints were filed with the OIC in 2013-2014.

  • 2 related to Cabinet Confidence exclusions;
  • 1 related to Fees;
  • 3 related to Incomplete Search;
  • 10 related to Exemptions; and
  • 4 related to Time Extensions.

During this time period, 10 complaints were closed as follows:

  • 2 were Well Founded but Resolved;
  • 2 were Not Well Founded; and
  • 6 were Discontinued.

A total of 32 complaints remain active.

Federal Court Cases

There are no pending cases against CSIS.

2013-2014 Statistical report on the Access to Information Act

Name of the institution: Canadian Security Intelligence Service

Reporting period: 01 April 2013 to 31 March 2014

Part 1 – Requests under the Access to Information Act

 

1. Number of Requests

 

Number of Requests

Received during reporting period

903

Outstanding from the previous period

61

Total

964

Closed during reporting period

916

Carried over to the next period

48

 

1.2 Sources of requests

Source

Number of Requests

Media

280

Academia

161

Business (Private Sector)

86

Organization

5

Public

371

Total

903

Part 2 – Requests closed during the reporting period

 

2.1 Disposition and completion time

Disposition of requests

Completion time

1 to 15 days

16 to 30 days

31 to 60 days

61 to 120 days

121 to 180 days

181 to 365 days

More than 365 days

Total

All disclosed

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

Disclosed in part

11

20

9

31

32

17

1

121

All exempted

6

16

0

0

1

0

0

23

All excluded

0

2

0

1

0

0

0

3

No records exist

53

33

5

1

0

1

0

93

Request transferred

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

Request abandoned

23

5

0

3

3

0

0

34

Treated informally

396

200

37

2

0

0

0

635

Total

496

276

51

38

36

18

1

916

 

2.2 Exemptions

Section

Number of requests

13(1)(a)

60

13(1)(b)

4

13(1)(c)

13

13(1)(d)

6

13(1)(e)

0

14(a)

0

14(b)

0

15(1) – International Affairs

44

15(1) – Defence of Canada

10

15(1) – Subversive Activities

148

16(1)(a)(i)

13

16(1)(a)(ii)

13

16(1)(a)(iii)

78

16(1)(b)

21

16(1)(c)

71

16(1)(d)

0

16(2)(a)

16

16(2)(b)

2

16(2)(c)

6

16(3)

0

16(1)(a)(i)

0

16.1(1)(a)

0

16.1(1)(b)

0

16.1(1)(c)

0

16.1(1)(d)

0

16.2(1)

0

16.3

0

16.4(1)(a)

0

16.4(1)(b)

0

16.5

0

17

4

18(a)

0

18(b)

1

18(c)

0

18(d)

0

18.1(1)(a)

0

18.1(1)(b)

0

18.1(1)(c)

0

16.1(1)(d)

0

19(1)

111

20(1)(a)

0

20(1)(b)

4

20(1)(b).1

0

20(1)(c)

4

20(1)(d)

1

20.1

0

20.2

0

20.4

0

21(1)(a)

32

21(1)(b)

33

21(1)(c)

5

21(1)(d)

3

22

0

22.1(1)

0

23

13

24(1)

80

26

0

 

2.3 Exclusions

Section

Number of requests

68(a)

4

68(b)

0

68(c)

0

68.1

0

68.2(a)

0

68.2(b)

0

69(1)(a)

3

69(1)(b)

0

69(1)(c)

0

69(1)(d)

2

69(1)(e)

3

69(1)(f)

0

69(1(g) re (a)

11

69(1(g) re (b)

0

69(1(g) re (c)

5

69(1(g) re (d)

0

69(1(g) re (e)

8

69(1(g) re (f)

6

69.1(1)

0

 

2.4 Format of information released

Disposition

Paper

Electronic

Other formats

All disclosed

1

0

0

Disclosed in part

85

36

0

Total

86

36

0

2.5 Complexity

2.5.1 Relevant pages processed and disclosed

Disposition of requests

Number of pages processed

Number of pages disclosed

Number of requests

All disclosed

5

5

1

Disclosed in part

25172

8817

121

All exempted

780

0

23

All excluded

14

0

3

Request abandoned

5598

0

34

2.5.2 Relevant pages processed and disclosed by size of requests

Disposition

Less than 100 pages processed

101 to 500 pages processed

501 to 1000 pages processed

1001 to 5000 pages processed

More than 5000 pages processed

Number of requests

Pages disclosed

Number of requests

Pages disclosed

Number of requests

Pages disclosed

Number of requests

Pages disclosed

Number of requests

Pages disclosed

All disclosed

1

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Disclosed in part

66

1223

44

2951

5

1436

6

3207

0

0

All exempted

20

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

All excluded

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Abandoned

31

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

0

0

Total

121

1228

47

2951

5

1436

9

3207

0

0

 

2.5.3 Other complexities

Disposition

Consultation required

Assessment of fees

Legal advice sought

Other

Total

All disclosed

1

0

0

0

1

Disclosed in part

85

8

0

82

175

All exempted

1

2

0

1

4

All excluded

1

1

0

0

2

Abandoned

3

11

0

3

17

Total

91

22

0

86

199

2.6 Deemed refusals

 

2.6.1 Reasons for not meeting statutory deadline

Number of requests closed past deadline

Principal Reason

Workload

External consultation

Internal consultation

Other

11

1

1

5

4

 

2.6.2 Number of days past deadline

Number of days past deadline

Number of requests past deadline where no extension was taken

Number of requests past deadline where an extension was taken

Total

1 to 15 days

0

4

4

16 to 30 days

0

1

1

31 to 60 days

0

2

2

61 to 120 days

0

3

3

121 to 180 days

0

0

0

181 to 365 days

0

1

1

More than 365 days  

0

0

0

Total

0

11

11

 

2.7 Requests for translation

Translation Requests

Accepted

Refused

Total

English to French

0

0

0

French to English

0

0

0

Total

0

0

0

Part 3 – Extensions

 

3.1 Reasons for extensions and disposition of requests

Disposition of request where an extension was taken

9(1)(a)

Interference with operations

9(1)(a)

Consultation

9(1)(c)

Third party notice

Section 69

Other

All disclosed

0

0

0

0

Disclosed in part

18

14

59

0

All exempted

0

0

1

0

All excluded

0

0

1

0

No records exist

2

0

0

0

Requests abandoned

1

0

10

0

Total

21

14

71

0

 

3.2 Length of extensions

Length of extensions

9(1)(a)

Interference with operations

9(1)(a)

Consultation

9(1)(c)

Third party notice

Section 69

Other

30 days or less

5

0

1

0

31 to 60 days

5

1

7

0

61 to 120 days

11

3

40

0

121 to 180 days

0

9

19

0

181 to 365 days

0

1

4

0

More than 365 days

0

0

0

0

Total

21

14

71

0

Part 4 - Fees

Fee Type

Fee Collected

Fee Waived or Refunded

Number of requests

Amount

Number of requests

Amount

Application

226

$1,130

30

$150

Search

3

$290

5

$7,703

Production

0

$0

0

$0

Programming

0

$0

0

$0

Preparation

0

$0

1

$100

Alternative format

0

$0

0

$0

Reproduction

7

$119

114

$1,695

Total

236

$1,539

150

$9,648

Part 5 – Consultations received from other institutions and organizations

 

5.1 Consultations received from other government institutions and organizations

Consultations

Other governments institutions

Number of pages to review

Other organizations

Number of pages to review

Received during the reporting period

317

31920

2

96

Outstanding from the previous reporting period

49

35986

0

0

Total

366

67906

2

96

Closed during the reporting period

323

61611

2

96

Pending at the end of the reporting period

43

6295

0

0

 

5.2 Recommendations and completion time for consultations received from other government institutions.

Recommendation

Number of days required to complete consultation request

1 to 15 days

16 to 30 days

31 to 60 days

61 to 120 days

121 to 180 days

181 to 365 days

More than 365 days

Total

Disclose entirely

9

11

8

2

1

0

0

31

Disclose in part

47

38

76

47

28

19

13

268

Exempt entirely

6

4

4

2

0

0

0

16

Exclude entirely

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Consult other institution

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Other

5

1

1

0

0

0

1

8

Total

67

54

89

51

29

19

14

323

 

5.3 Recommendations and completion time for consultations received from other organizations.

Recommendation

Number of days required to complete consultation requests

1 to 15 days

16 to 30 days

31 to 60 days

61 to 120 days

121 to 180 days

181 to 365 days

More than 365 days

Total

Disclose entirely

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

1

Disclose in part

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Exempt entirely

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

Exclude entirely

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Consult other institution

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Other

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

2

Part 6 – Completion time of consultations on Cabinet confidences

Number of days

Number of response received

Number of responses received past deadline

1 to 15

7

0

16 to 30

4

2

31 to 60

5

3

61 to 120

6

6

121 to 180

0

0

181 to 365

1

1

More than 365 days

0

0

Total

23

12

Part 7 – Resources related to the Access to Information Act

7.1 Costs

Expenditures

Amount

Salaries

$529,662

Overtime

$0

Goods and Services

$2,187

  • Professional services contracts

$0

 

  • Other

$2,187

Total

$531,849

 

7.2 Human Resources

Resources

Dedicated full-time to ATI activities

Dedicated part-time to ATI activities

Total

Full time employees

7.50

0.00

7.50

Part-time and casual employees

0.00

0.00

0.00

Regional staff

0.00

0.00

0.00

Consultants and agency personnel

0.00

0.00

0.00

Students

0.00

0.00

0.00

Total

7.50

0.00

7.50

Appendix A

Number of informal releases of previously released ATI packages: 632

Part 6 Addendum – Completion time of consultations on Cabinet confidences

Requests with Legal Services

Number of Days

Fewer Than 100

Pages Processed

101‒500

Pages Processed

501‒1,000

Pages Processed

1,001‒5,000

Pages Processed

More Than 5,000

Pages Processed

Number of Requests

Pages Disclosed

Number of Requests

Pages Disclosed

Number of Requests

Pages Disclosed

Number of Requests

Pages Disclosed

Number of Requests

Pages Disclosed

1 to 15

3

8

3

207

0

0

0

0

0

0

16 to 30

1

6

1

139

0

0

0

0

0

0

31 to 60

2

63

1

31

0

0

0

0

0

0

61 to 120

0

0

0

0

1

557

0

0

0

0

121 to 180

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

181 to 365

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

More than 365

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

6

77

5

377

1

557

0

0

0

0

 

Requests with Privy Council Office

Number of Days

Fewer Than 100

Pages Processed

101‒500

Pages Processed

501‒1,000

Pages Processed

1,001‒5,000

Pages Processed

More Than 5,000

Pages Processed

Number of Requests

Pages Disclosed

Number of Requests

Pages Disclosed

Number of Requests

Pages Disclosed

Number of Requests

Pages Disclosed

Number of Requests

Pages Disclosed

1 to 15

0

0

1

109

0

0

0

0

0

0

16 to 30

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

7

0

0

31 to 60

1

64

1

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

61 to 120

2

67

3

104

1

97

0

0

0

0

121 to 180

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

181 to 365

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

More than 365

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

4

131

5

210

1

97

1

7

0

0

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