Thank you, Ms. Yale. Thank you, Ms. McPherson.
We're now going to our second round. These are five-minute questions. Before we do that, I would just like to point out to the committee, and I'm trying to give you advance notice by doing this, that if we go through what the Standing Orders dictate to us about the rounds of questioning, it will take us up to about 4:40 p.m. We will have remaining about 20 minutes. Here's what I would propose. We repeat the first round but instead of six minutes for each party, we give five minutes, or we could go into committee business earlier.
You don't have to answer now. We can talk about it a bit later. Just think about that, and we can do one of the two. It's at your discretion.
In the meantime, we'll go ahead with the second round.
Mr. Shields, I believe you're up for five minutes, please.