- The audit on the ArriveCan application reveals a glaring disregard for basic management and contracting practices.
- The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and other involved agencies failed to maintain complete and accurate financial records.
- The estimated cost of the ArriveCan application is around $59.5 million.
- An emergency situation should not be an excuse for neglecting proper oversight and financial responsibility.
- A lack of governance structure and documentation further contributed to the mismanagement of funds.
- Public servants should be accountable and exercise due diligence when handling public funds.
- A broader review may not yield significant findings due to the lack of documentation and oversight.