Actually, you touched on it right at the end there. The end-of-mandate report by the procurement ombudsman states it very well.
I think there's a great fear on the government's part of protecting the crown. Iain's colleague, Janet Thorsteinson, is very big on risk and how oftentimes procurement officials are fearful of doing something out of bounds, overly simplifying things, and being too clear, or what have you. It's gotten to the point where they're so careful that it hinders oftentimes clarity and simplicity. I think that's a big reason why it's very hard to simplify things on the back end.
I was talking a lot about e-procurement. Obviously, I believe very much in how important it is, but also a big part of the problem is the modernization of the principles and the rules underneath, which support that e-procurement system. The supplier advisory committee has a subcommittee that deals with risk. It is a big issue. I think that's a strong thing that we're talking about.