Basically, I would've suggested working with outside parties. That's routinely how Canada does it, by the way.
Ten years ago, when I was at the helm of Katimavik, I was one of those outside parties. What makes this unique is that such a huge program is being entrusted to an organization—WE Charity—that doesn't have all the necessary expertise. The organization was in the midst of forming strategic alliances with other organizations to acquire all the expertise it needed to deliver on the program objectives. That's an admission that, internally, it doesn't have all of the expertise. That's what I find surprising.