In fact, perhaps I could simply add to that and touch back on what David said about a government accelerator. Once you do have a successful BCIP test, you've proven to government that you bring value, but then what happens generally is “Thank you very much.” You now can sell three more contracts, if you can get through the door. When you're trying to get through the door, you're getting through the door of an IT shop that's already run off its feet and doesn't completely understand the rules now with Shared Services and everything else, and they're trying to figure it out. Generally the door is closed because they don't have the time or the focus for innovation. If we could actually change that focus so it is innovative and is actually looking for ways to bring value to government and to Canadians, it would be really helpful to the companies that did come up with an innovation and jumped through the hoops and proved that it worked. Let's prove it works a whole bunch more times and save even more money.
On December 7th, 2017. See this statement in context.