I don't have a long time left, but as I look around at my fellow committee members—and maybe I'm being like David Christopherson today in his absence—the reality is that it is hugely concerning when an Auditor General discovers that organizations to which taxpayers' dollars go are performing so poorly.
This is not a question, but I'm talking to committee members now while I have time. I think that one thing the committee should do is commit ourselves to another scheduled follow-up on this issue with this deputy minister and his key people here. They've come here and and said yes to all of these recommendations, let's put these down and let's get them dealt with. However, we need a performance review of this later on.
Perhaps my question for Mr. Keenan is whether he would agree to come back for a performance review by this committee. This is the function of this committee. We are tasked with making sure that taxpayers' dollars are being spent efficiently in government, and as I said, this is what makes people cynical in the public eye, when they see this kind of report coming out. I know I'm being harsh. I understand that. It's worth getting you on the record, sir, to agree to or say yes to that.
Would you agree to it?