I guess, again, I'd have to know the situation better to give you a full response.
Certainly, the role of the Auditor General, as I understand it, is to present reports, make recommendations, and bring those recommendations forward. Then, as I understand it also, the Auditor General's office does do some work in terms of following up on some of those recommendations, to see whether government has implemented them.
Sometimes, in my own experience, if the New Brunswick government hadn't implemented some recommendations we felt needed to be implemented, we might go back and do a follow-up audit on the same area, for example.
Certainly, the role of the Auditor General is to bring the report forward, make the recommendations, and bring the report to this committee, so that this committee can then use those reports to ask questions of the government and to help hold the government accountable.