Just to add to what Iain was saying a moment ago, generally I'm very supportive of a vendor management system. As I mentioned on one of my slides, the first things that they sell themselves with are their reputation, experience, knowledge, and all the rest of it. I think it stands to reason that, if they are very good at what they do, they want to promote that.
By the same token I want to flag.... I believe it's part of the conversation that PSPC is having. It strikes me as a bit disadvantageous for a first-timer who wants to sell to the government for the first time, if everybody has a very good rating in a certain area, and you have no rating. Even if you are an experienced seller in an industry, the first time you try to approach the federal government and you have little to no rating of any kind, either positive or negative, it might dissuade the government or give you fewer points in your evaluation. I want to flag that, even though I am generally supportive of the overall idea.