I think I'll take that from a municipal perspective. We know that the City of Toronto is really becoming a world leader in diversity procurement. We know there are practices at the municipal level that the federal government can learn from. Part of that is what we qualify as quality contracts and price, so perhaps being a little more innovative, in terms of what is quality and what is price. The City of Toronto is being critical of those kinds of criteria, so they're opening up a little more flexibility, in terms of who might qualify for those contracts.
We certainly understand the concern of complexity when we roll this out on a national level as well. I do think there are opportunities for learning from the city and those are complex procurement processes as well.