The Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces has proposed extending the rule allowing the government 60 days instead of the current 30 days to certify a case to CAAF.
Here is a link to the NIMJ comment on that proposed rule.
When the government certifies the case that generally means the appellant has received some relief from the court below. The relief could be a reduction in sentence, a dismissal of charge(s) for legal error, or a new trial. When the appellant has been granted relief there ought to be continued emphasis on a speedy resolution. This is especially true when the appellant is still confined and the relief granted could allow early or immediate release from confinement.