To clarify, in terms of monetary thresholds for coverage, the CFTA provides $25,000 as a threshold, NAFTA provides $28,900 as a threshold for goods, and the WTO and CETA, $221,400.
In what is currently the state of play on vendor performance, yes, Canada does not employ a regime similar to that in the States. It's covered under their ineligibility and debarment policy. However, Canada can debar a vendor for the most egregious poor performance.
However, through our procurement modernization efforts, we are looking at a supplier relationship and performance management scheme whereby we would be looking at strategic intelligence on future source selection by using past performance information to incentivize and inform future source selection for government procurement. That initiative is currently under way. We're consulting around 30 departments and agencies interdepartmentally, as well as our national supplier advisory committee members.