Exactly. Having somebody who has spent time at the graving dock and who understands the relationship among the shipyards, the graving dock, and the serving base, I think would be very useful. But I have some questions about what exactly your job is.
I believe you're well qualified for it. But when you look at the the org chart, you see that the deputy minister is served by one senior associate deputy minister, one associate deputy minister, five assistant deputy ministers who report directly, plus four additional assistant deputy ministers who report to both the vice-chief of the defence staff, which I believe is their reporting relationship, or the chief of the defence staff and to the deputy minister. That's a lot of cooks.
You've said that your responsibilities as a senior associate are implementation of major initiatives. Is that to provide overall supervision? It doesn't seem to have a line responsibility, if you like. A lot of other ADMs here seem to have very specific line responsibilities. Can you tell me a little more about what that means, to be responsible for implementation?