I think if you go through the various reports, and again you can start with the report on antimicrobial resistance where we said it appears that the Public Health Agency of Canada is many years away from having that national strategy that they say they need to have.
We also identified that Health Canada had been working for a number of years on closing some of the gaps that exist in the importation of drugs for use in farm animals. Some of those controls needed to be tightened up. They had recognized that, but still hadn't done it.
I think that you can go on to the health services on remote first nations and those types of problems where the nurses weren't getting all the training, the facilities were not in sufficient condition that they could be properly used, and that sort of thing. Again, those problems need to be resolved quickly.
You can go into information technology investments at CBSA, I talked about that earlier, and the need to apply that framework to make sure those systems are delivered properly.
Preparing offenders for release, I think is another good example of that. As offenders spend more of their time within the facility, it means they have a shorter amount of time under supervision in the community. That could become a bigger problem in the future.
As for the office of the ombudsperson for National Defence, it's important to make sure those roles and responsibilities are clear so that there can be appropriate oversight of that office to prevent a recurrence of the types of issues that were happening between 2009 and 2013.
I think you can look at a number of these audits and see that thread of issues that needs to be resolved now, so that we're not talking about these same issues in four or five years' time.