I feel that for the past three hours and 40 minutes, we have sought to correct the facts, which have been inaccurate in the media and shared widely, so allow me to try again.
It was not a $900-million contract. It was, in fact, closer to $543 million, to be precise, or up to this, based on eligible expenses. There were 13 references to audits, so there were multiple checks and balances in this.
To answer your question, at the heart of it I think we were in a time when nothing was ordinary. People were shutting down their offices en masse. The civil service was trying to organize national programs to assist during a pandemic. Everybody was concerned for their own care. Our staff, despite that and all the hardships—having their own children under their feet, working around the clock, trying their best to launch a national service program—did this out of service and out of a desire not to be helped by government, but to help government.