With respect to government procurement, ITBs are squarely where we live. You could probably try to stop me from having an opinion, but you'd be unsuccessful.
Again, there's no question that we certainly have come a long way in the last few years. The very transactional nature of the IRB program was truly problematic, so we're doing better, and it's not just the ITBs but it's the whole rated and weighted value proposition, which means that companies need to have a plan.
They need to explain to the Government of Canada what their strategy is and how it relates to the government's industrial strategy, and if it's working right, they need to demonstrate that their strategy for how they want the sector to develop is aligned with the government's priorities. That's what should get them the highest marks. Then they should win the bid and they should execute the strategy, rather than taking the government's money and shaping the market to their own satisfaction, which is what was happening before.
ITBs are a part of that whole process. It is a complicated process. Even two years on it's still just getting itself rolled out because it takes so long to get these procurements through the system. We're not there yet but we are moving in the right direction.