I think it's an interesting opportunity. It really depends on the context of how it would be included, but it's to look specifically at minority-owned businesses. That includes women because women win only a very small percentage of contracts—less than 5%. In many cases, it's around 2%. That's extremely low in terms of the actual number of female-owned firms in our country.
If you look at something like a supplier diversity program, you see that it offers the opportunity to look at setting some baseline metrics around purchasing and increasing the transparency of the supply chain. For example, in the U.S., it's based on corporations that want to do business with the federal government; therefore, they need to spend a certain percentage with minority-owned businesses.
It may not need to look exactly the same, but I think we need to look at how we are encouraging the supply chains within our trade across all of these countries to include minority-owned businesses and, specifically, if we're looking at it with a gender lens, women-owned businesses as part of that.