Sure. It's a initiative that's been in place for several years. As Mr. Aterman indicated, we do it cyclically on each of the divisions of the IRB, looking at essentially breaking down the process into three parts—pre-proceeding, the proceeding itself, and then post-proceeding—to examine whether the decision was well rendered in a sense that it was easy to understand, whether the files were well prepared in advance of the hearing, etc.
It's looking at systemic issues; it's not looking at individual performance. In a number of cases it has identified specific areas where we can improve. We've acted in several cases on different issues that have been identified.