I emphasize that the four elements I mentioned are an essential part of due diligence. They are important factors because, in times of crisis, when companies are in financial difficulty, there can be changes in ownership. The government may enter into a contract, thinking it is doing business with a certain person, but in the weeks or days prior to that, the company has changed ownership. That is very important. We also have to check whether money is owed to outside lenders that the government would not necessarily want to be associated with.
Third party vetting ensures that these factors are investigated. It is important to see which third parties are attached to the entity with which a contract is being considered.