At BGE, we also understand that we must address the underlying disparities of access and opportunity. This month, we welcomed 10 new businesses into BGE's nationally recognized Focus 25 program, developed in 2013 to create opportunities for economic wealth in the communities we serve. These 10 companies will join the 18 minority, women and veteran-owned suppliers who received an in-depth overview of BGE's business and procurement processes, along with insight on how to be a successful partner. We are also working directly with high schools, trade schools and community organizations to give students hands-on experience through internships and apprenticeships. In support of BLocal, we recently launched the Smart Energy Workforce Development Program to provide training resources to prepare individuals for the Construction and Skilled Trade (CAST) test, a utility industry standard that is a first step on the path to a career in energy.