Well, I certainly understand and appreciate the vote of confidence as one would expect from PSAC, and I generally agree entirely, of course, with the ability and the talent of the public service to deliver programs, and I think we have seen what the public service is able to stand up on relatively short notice.
What WE was able to provide, I understand, was the full range of services that would go to the heart of this matching program that would put young people in contact with not-for-profits so they could gain the relevant experience. WE had the ability to promote the program with a massive social media following, and experience in other situations of matching young people to service opportunities. The department was not equipped to provide that. Existing database information and representation right across the country with partnerships with other charities and so on were features that gave the on-boarding and the matching elements of the program the capacity to be delivered.
As I indicated in response to your earlier question, what we're dealing with now demonstrates that WE was going to be able to provide a level of service that the public service could not by itself provide, notwithstanding its best efforts and experience.