Thank you very much for the question.
To clarify my role, I've been involved in the development of the bill, as opposed to making decisions about access to information requests. We have another unit at the Treasury Board Secretariat that is responsible for that. So I can respond at a general level to how these decisions are made.
The act, as it now stands, sets out certain discretions, but the ultimate accountability is for the head of the institution. That's delegated down generally to access to information coordinators to exercise those discretions on the part of ministers, and there's very clear guidance provided about how those discretions are to be exercised, if that helps.