I'll start, and Jeff can perhaps add some stuff, because he met recently with the FDA.
There are a couple of things. For a number of years, the FDA had a position very similar to Health Canada's. They were not, historically, necessarily that proactive with respect to drug shortages. However, drug shortages have probably been a bigger issue in the United States than they've been in Canada, so there really was a need.
Like Health Canada, the FDA's responsibility was regulating drugs that came to market, but they took this additional role on in response to hospital pharmacists starting systems in the U.S. to address drug shortages and health care. They got the FDA involved in doing that. They have recently, as you said, as a consequence of a new executive order from the President, had more authority, and they have added some staff to do it.
Jeff, you might want to add to that.