Jurisdictions can also use the text of the articles in the model protocol if they wish to include the automatic and spontaneous exchange of information in a new TIEA. The IRS and due diligence for financial accounting information include the data to be exchanged, the financial institutions to be reported, the different types of tax payers and registered accounts, as well as the joint due diligence procedures to be followed by financial institutions to determine accounts. The joint efforts of the OECD, the World Forum and tax administrations around the world to implement the EOI standards are expected to lead to the desired change in the behaviour of taxpayers and governments will collect the legitimate taxes incurred due to them. The results would justify the words of OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria, who said: “Automatic exchange of information is a joy.” The press release states that automatic information exchange (AIA), including many developing countries, provides a wealth of new information enabling their tax administrations to ensure that offshore accounts are properly reported. Countries are getting much-needed income as they move into a world where there is nowhere to hide undissured wealth. Information exchange on demand (EOIR) became the first international standard in 2009. The standard allows tax authorities to request predictable information from other tax authorities in a targeted manner about the implementation of the provisions of a tax treaty or the management or application of national legislation in a requesting country. The agreement provides for mechanisms for the exchange of tax information on demand, as well as spontaneous and automatic exchange. The article on the automatic exchange of tax information states that “with regard to the categories of cases and according to the procedures they establish by mutual agreement, two or more contracting parties automatically exchange the information covered by Article 4.”  However, such an agreement between Canada and another signed agreement is not currently in force. The Convention also defines the provisions that are in conjunction with the various forms of assistance, including the information to be provided by the requesting state, the response to the request for assistance and the limitation of the obligation of assistance. There are some differences between the original and amended conventions, in particular the removal of the article on the possibility of not seeking assistance.