Minh Doan testified last month that he didn’t know who hired GC Strategies to build the ArriveCAN app.

The federal government’s Chief Technology Officer Minh Doan lied when he testified at committee that he didn’t know who hired GC Strategies to build the ArriveCAN app, a former Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) director has told MPs.

Mr. Doan, at the time CBSA’s vice president, was the one who made the decision to hire GC Strategies, the agency’s former director Cameron MacDonald said in his Nov. 7 testimony before the Standing Committee on Government Operations and Estimates.

“I believe Minh Doan made the decision to go with GC strategies out of the fact that he had been told that he could not use Deloitte,” Mr. MacDonald said.

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