The Cabinet's due to sign off on the terms for a state inquiry into the handling of the Grace case.
Ministers are expected to give the inquiry 12 months to investigate how Grace was left in a foster home in the south east for 20 years despite allegations of sexual abuse.
The inquiry will have six months to issue an interim report, and 12 months to finish its work.
It's designed to establish exactly how Grace was left with her foster family in the first place, what monitoring there was of her placement, and the decisions made about how she was left there.
It will also investigate the extent to which there may have been abuse, irrespective of who might have carried it out.
There'll be particular focus on the decision made in 1996 to remove her, and why it was not followed up.