The goal is not to make people uncomfortable or to cause difficulty for organizations. In my opinion, the point is rather to make sure that people can be aware of the results of investigations and can know whether the commissioner's office, in certain situations, considers the decisions to be justified, reasonable or subject to discretion, and whether or not that discretion was used reasonably. The goal, in a way, is for the orders to play an educational role.
Of course, before an order is given, there is a process and an exchange of information. We try to negotiate, to mediate, to come together. Ultimately, I still believe that information is relevant when it is asked for. If the decision is too long coming, the information is no longer relevant. So I find that, when it is clear that there is no meeting of the minds, an order is needed to make sure that the disclosure takes place.