Thanks very much for being here.
In common with many other witnesses, you have said that the budget should be released in such a way that the measures can be in the estimates to follow. But unlike other witnesses, you've put a great deal of emphasis on the need for them to be the same accounting. You seemed to go so far as to say that if they can't have the same accounting, don't bother.
Why are you so strong on that? Isn't it better to have estimates—even if it's different accounting—that include the budget measures than to not have them? Or does it not make any difference if you don't have the same accounting process?