It is. The big challenge is getting it right. I think that the Department of Defence, and Coast Guard as well, have made huge strides in trying to get it right.
I think that starts with understanding what your requirements truly are. What do you need that piece of equipment to do? Why do you need it to do that? How do you ensure that you're buying the right piece of equipment?
It then depends on having the industrial capability. In the shipbuilding context, that means having shipyards that are available, modern, and able to build ships.
You also need an understanding of the cost of what you're trying to procure—the budgeting, costing aspect of things is important. That's been a big problem for departments, and I think huge strides have been made there.
Then, I think, it's having the right oversight so that you don't have too much. You don't want to be overly burdened with red tape, but you want to know how the money is being spent and how the procurement is proceeding.
I think there are four challenges rather than three, but I think it's improving.