We studied by deep level transient spectroscopy (DLTS) and capacitance-voltage (CV) measurements the effects of doping (Zn, S), nitrogen implantation and annealing of n-type GaN grown on sapphire by MOVPE. The DLTS spectra of the as grown samples show two defect levels which are assumed to be identical with recently reported levels [10, 11]. In N-implanted GaN a third level is introduced which is not detectable in our as grown samples. This levels concentration follows the increasing N-implantation density. The depth profiles of its concentration correlate with the distribution of implantation defects expected from Monte-Carlo simulation. After annealing at 900°C for 60s the additional defect level vanishes. The DLTS spectrum then resembles those of annealed as grown samples. The n-type carrier concentration (CV measurements) increases in samples with low N-implantation dose. This implantation effect can be removed also with the RTA step. The increasing carrier concentration provides evidence that the N vacancy is a donor in GaN. For Zn and S doped GaN deep defect levels has been found, which are reported here.