Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Here's my last question. When a government awards a contract to an organization, is it important to evaluate the internal workings of the organization? As we know today, WE had financial problems. Its board of directors had asked to see its financial statements, but its members were fired.
How important is it for the public administration to evaluate the organizations with which it does business, as well as their internal operations, in order to ensure that we avoid dangerous shortcuts, as you mentioned?