But at the same time, the access is not increasing, right?
The data is there and the funding is there. You may ask for more funding, but the funding is there. However, the access is actually going down. To me, that's a management issue.
The reason I call it a management issue is this. We have the data to use to determine the path that we need to go to attain the results we're looking for. We have the funding in place as well, even if the funding remains the same and does not increase. Also, you're right, the CPI and all of these things are contributing factors. The idea is that we're finding efficiencies, at the same time, in every department in this government, not just yours. If we're finding efficiencies, if the CPI and funding remain the same, but access is going down, plus we have data that we're not using, then that's straight up a management issue. That's something I would like to see addressed in the future once we go through this report at committee. This is something I want to see reported back on because if that data is truly there, it should not take very long to be able to provide examples to this committee as to what changes are going to be taking place.
In fact, I can tell you—because we happen to be in politics and data is incredibly important to us—that if I go to a group with zero information and say, “I need a poll on these 10 subjects in these cities, and I need you to bring the information to me”, we can analyze it and turn it around from front to back in two to three weeks. If you have the data already, I assume you should be able to do a similar thing.