Great, thank you.
In terms of the $2.4 billion and the flexibility for departments to determine their approach towards what they're capturing above and beyond the measures, what this really comes down to is time. For example, when we are tracking the expenditures of time, for my time in a policy centre supporting COVID, I would be putting an estimate of how much in a given week or month I put towards that.
We provided high-level guidance in the package that Mr. McCauley was referring to, with some questions and answers. We provided detailed explanations of what each of those categories was. Whether [Technical difficulty—Editor] 20% and whether or not there's a threshold, we recommended that 50% of a person's time was left up to the departments, to a certain extent.
In terms of the expenditures related to the measures that Mr. Purves was talking about, that would be pulled.... The departments would be looking at what they had actually spent on those specific measures.