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To quote this answer:

This is similar to the situation with the Ferengi in Star Trek. Due to their willingness to trade with anyone - they even trade with the Dominion - and their expressed desire to maintain neutrality, it makes more sense for the various powers in the Alpha Quadrant to maintain Ferenginar as an independent state, rather than to destroy or conquer it.

Given their willingness to trade items and information while maintaining neutrality, has a Ferengi ever worked for Section 31?

It makes sense if you think about it, you trade with targets or enemies of S31 and gather information or technology, and no one would suspect a species of comical greedy traders of espionage.

Your biggest concern would be that the target doesn't offer more Latinum to double cross you.

I'm including all canon and non-canon material (video games, books, etc..)

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    S31 is technically Starfleet still - so at this point, wouldn't the question be "has Nog ever worked for S31?" – NKCampbell Sep 6 at 15:21
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    Sloan was probably Quark and Rom's mother in disguise. – Paul D. Waite Sep 6 at 15:30
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    right...Bashir was in Starfleet though. S31 may indeed have tried to leverage a Ferengi. I guess the better way to ask would be, has S31 ever told a Ferengi asset the asset was working for S31? – NKCampbell Sep 6 at 15:31
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    Captain Nog worked with Section 31 in the Rule 125 STO event; stt.wiki/wiki/Rule_125 – Valorum Sep 9 at 22:43
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    "Your biggest concern would be that the target doesn't offer more Latinum to double cross you." To be fair that is a major concern... – colmde Sep 10 at 7:54
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In the Star Trek Online episode Bait and Switch, Parts I and II. a Section 31 Agent named Grell appears. He's a Ferengi operative, initially working directly under Franklin Drake, then promoted above him.

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Note that while The Foundry is a well respected fan-episode creation group, their work isn't considered canon to the main game

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    Nice find, Note that while The Foundry is a well respected fan-episode creation group, their work isn't considered canon to the main game. I'm including all non-canon material so +1 for this find. – user120192 Sep 9 at 22:19

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