Thank you for the question.
As I mentioned earlier, the secretariat at the working level will draw from the various departments, so they will be co-located. It's quite obvious to me that if people are together, instead of being separated in their respective departments, they're going to be working as a team. That's the first thing.
The second thing is Mr. Ring will be chairing and will be responsible for the assistant deputy ministers' committee, which will then report to the DMs' committee. In all cases, we are going to work together. I'll be calling regular meetings of the deputy ministers' coordinating committee. The frequency of those meetings is a function of decisions to be made. I've made reference to consensus decision-making, like we did for shipbuilding, and these meetings will draw, in terms of frequency and content, on the work done by the assistant deputy ministers' coordinating committee as well.
So the key characteristic is people working together and the use of third parties to validate, when need be and as required. There will be a clear effort to work on transparency, as we did for shipbuilding. And the terms of reference, which we are finalizing, will essentially expand on the seven-point action plan and show how we are going to operationalize the various elements that have been outlined by the government's seven-point action plan.