First of all, I did make it clear to the government that if it needs me to stay until it finds someone else, I'm prepared to do that, so that's fine. I'm expecting that will happen, so I think we're looking at that being until at least December. The notice for my position has not been posted yet, but I'm expecting it to be planned soon. Essentially I think the situation is that we have a few months ahead of us.
Second, the OIC is now, I would say, a very stable organization. As I said, when I arrived, we had no Internet; we had no financial systems; we had none of this governance in place. Now all of that is in place, so that's very stable. The senior management team, under Layla Michaud, has been there for several years now, along with my senior counsel, who couldn't be here today, so that's very well anchored.
Now we are doing a couple of things to ensure ongoing stability in terms of investigations. One thing I had delayed doing, because I was waiting for amendments, was a code of procedure for the investigative function, which would act as an anchor for the organization, but also for institutions dealing with our offices. It would provide some streamlining of the investigative process and anchor all the blocks that we've built over the years into one single document for the OIC and for the institutions.