Nineteen different departments were assessed. Each department did its own risk assessment. When I look at the totality of all those, what I did not see was whether they were brought together, so that the centre of government could say there are bigger risks in fish than there are for Health Canada, or there are bigger risks for Parks Canada's assets than for DND. The government did not go to that level.
We have 19 departments, and 14 did not do a very good job. In some cases, they did nothing at all, no risk assessment whatsoever. Some did little bits. Yes, they had assets they were worried about, they had assets over there, certain programs. We consider those to not be a good job. Only five out of the 19 did what we consider to be a good job; therefore, the Government of Canada does not have a good sense of what the risks are to the $66 billion of assets.