That question is asked all the time. How can you effectively review the CSE activities, with, let's say, 10 people, whatever, when CSE is composed of 2,000 people?
As we said previously, we proceed, with regard to a review of activities, with a risk analysis. In other words, every year we look at the situation and decide what we should do with regard to reviews. I'm advised and counselled by experts who have worked previously with CSE, with CSIS, with the public safety department, and so on and so forth. Then we decide, for the following year, what we'll do. We have a work plan and this is what we do.
Again, if we come to the conclusion that we don't have enough resources, I would ask for more. This is what we're doing for next year. We've asked for more resources, because now we feel that we need more people, more experts, to investigate, but you also have to understand that even if CSE is composed of, let's say, 2,000 people, they're not all analysts. There are all kinds of people there dealing with administrative matters, blah blah blah, so this is what I'm trying to say. I think for the time being, I feel confident that I have enough resources to do a good job.