First of all, my understanding is that at the time we published the report you referred to, it was planned that ECPA would pass the House at that time, so we were required to put it into our main estimates for the year. You'll see, though, that it's kind of highlighted in italics.
We then had to appear before you last month in what I think was a rather confusing exercise for everybody, perhaps, because they were still there in the main estimates, but the legislation had not been reintroduced. So that amount of money, as I understood then, vanished.
It is put there because of what I explained to you previously. It was at the Senate when Parliament was prorogued. We understand that it will be reintroduced. At that point, that money would be added to our main estimates. If it is not reintroduced this year, then we will never have that money. So we will continue, as long as we are told that there is planned legislation, to put in the planned amount that we would hope to spend if the legislation came into force.
Do I have it right there?