Yes. It's very similar. A number of analysts who have worked in the Inspector General's office have also worked at the Security Intelligence Review Committee and vice versa. It's the same thing in Public Safety with the national security branch, of which I am part. A number of analysts have worked in both places, so they have a similar or complementary skill set.
As one point of clarification, neither the Security Intelligence Review Committee nor the Inspector General is really an oversight body. Oversight implies that it's ongoing, and now it's more of a review function looking back at activities.