Okay. You're saying it's not after reporting.
In terms of the different programs we have, it's pretty clear from Mr. Burn's comments that there's a real difference, of course, in what “small” means in Canada versus the U.S. You see it on the patent file side. They have a micro that would be our small, and a small that would be our medium, and the large, and up to 500. They've got some very good metrics there to determine those things. It's very open and transparent, but it's also nine times the size of our market.
When we're looking at programs that drive innovation purchasing, particularly on BCIP, how does the American program...? My understanding is that each federal government department in the U.S. is required to do a certain amount of innovation purchasing, as opposed to BCIP, which is a dollar value set aside for government to engage. Do we have a comparison on those two programs? This is open to all of you. Which one works better? Is one more or less trade compliant than the other? How does the American version of BCIP, their innovation purchasing program, compare to ours? Can ours can be expanded within the scope of our trade arrangements? Is it already as broad as it can be?
I want to get a sense of where the scope is for us to improve or grow programs that Canadian businesses feel are working.