I'm certainly pleased with the administrative aspect of the program and the progress that's been made there. Obviously that amount of money existed before, but it was restricted within envelopes. Everything was compartmentalized. Now at least the flexibility is there for an individual to use the money that is available for whatever his needs are.
The thing that is still lacking, though, is the flexibility of an individual to choose a program that he wants to enter that is not based on their skills and competencies that existed in service. A good example would be a very physical person who loses two or three limbs, for instance, who now wants to go into academia, who wants to go into university education.
These things are not really flexible. There's no flexibility now to allow that, and this is where we want to go. It's not just the fact that it should be easy administratively, but it also has to be easy with regard to choices for careers and training.