GC Strategies was awarded 3 other border agency contracts while working on ArriveCan

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GC Strategies was hired to work on three other Canada Border Services Agency projects as it was working on the controversial ArriveCan app.

The company has been facing heightened scrutiny ever since the federal auditor general cited excessive reliance on contractors as a major factor contributing to ArriveCan’s ballooning costs.

The CBSA has told CBC News that it contracted GC Strategies to work on three other applications between 2020 and 2022. The news was first reported by La Presse.

The projects include an app that is currently being tested to track and report cargo data and an app that helps border agents assess

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