We have talked about that. In terms of the points, that would be to encourage, as Mary said earlier, both the suppliers and the corporations that are doing the supplier diversity programs. In terms of the set-aside, I agree with what Paula said earlier: we need to see how we're doing first, so that we can then set realistic targets.
However, we'd like to present an alternative view of the set-aside: instead of using a percentage, you could set aside categories or areas that may be most readily suitable for this kind of engagement to begin with. That could be where some of the women businesses are already operating and doing business. We know that in a lot of the women businesses—I think it's 62%—more women go into businesses that are service- or retail-related, so that may be an area to look into. It's setting aside a category or area, as opposed to a percentage.
That's just something more innovative to think about.