We think we will be able to manage this year. Obviously, we have reduced the number of performance audits that we are doing. We are looking to try to reduce any sort of discretionary spending in all of the areas that we can. Unfortunately, it comes into areas such as language training and outside training, areas where a reduction is not sustainable over the long term. We can do a temporary reduction, but it is important that our people continue to get the training and the knowledge they need, so this is not sustainable over a long term.
Other than that, we are obviously looking at all of the areas that I think all government departments are looking at, travel and things like that, but people do have to travel to do these audits. I think we will be all right for the next year. Obviously, as this goes forward in the three years, these reductions compound. If it becomes very problematic, we will obviously have to come back to the committee.
The other area that I think will be challenging for us is, as I mentioned, the market for financial accountants. This is a very competitive market, and with the salary caps that we have, I am concerned that we are going to be quickly non-competitive in that market and have difficulty getting experienced people. For the moment we are managing the situation. We have the staff that we need, but we will have to pay close attention to this going forward.