Ex-public servant linked to ArriveCan didn't disclose outside business until after suspension, official says

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An IT contractor and former public servant who worked on the ArriveCan app didn’t file a conflict of interest report until after he was suspended from the Department of National Defence (DND), a government official says.

David Yeo, founder and president of Dalian Enterprises, was hired by DND in September after spending years accepting millions in government contracts.

Public servants are allowed to have other jobs but must provide the government with a report on their separate business dealings for a conflict of interest assessment within 60 days of being hired.

Bill Matthews, DND deputy minister, said Yeo didn’t file a conflict of interest report

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