In April of that year, Philip Collier of Section 31 requested Abramson's help with dealing with the Ware. Abramson provided Collier with credentials and an engineering team led by Akomo. Beside helping Starfleet, Abramson charged her with gathering information that could help them with Project Aedilis, their attempt to build androids.
Akomo and her team spent the following months on the USS Pioneer investigating the Ware and their origins. Their biggest challenge came, when the Starfleet forces captured the Ware hub complex and they were charged with disabling the Ware with the help of Collier and Commander Silash ch'Gesrit. While working, the team had lively debates about taking controle of the Ware, but eventually Akomo realised that despite all its usefulness, Ware technology still cost many sentient lives and she was ashamed that it even occurred to her. (ENT - Rise of the Federation novel: Uncertain Logic)
Eventually, the task force's engineers devised a signal that could shut down the Ware and begun using it on world overrun by the technology. As it turned out, this had disastrous effects on members of the Partnership of Civilizations whose entire way of life was built around the Ware. When a war seemed imminent between the United Federation of Planets and the Klingon Empire, Akomo gave the destruct signal to Section 31. They in turn gave it to the Klingons, who were intent on destroying the Ware and conquering the Partnership.
Akomo felt deeply guilty for essentially destroying a civilization, but felt that she had no other option to save the Federation and everyone she loved. She also wanted to spare Tucker from this decision so he could continue being the agency's conscience. To atone for her actions, she decided to stay behind on Etrafso, where refugees from al over the Partnership attempted to rebuild their society. (ENT - Rise of the Federation novel: Live by the Code)