Global Computer Enterprises, a now-defunct federal contractor, and its owner Ray Muslimani, agreed to pay $9 million to the federal government to settle charges that GCE hid its use of prohibited employees on federal contracts with the Department of Labor and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
GCE supplied a cloud-based financial management service. GCE allegedly concealed is use of engineers and other employees who could not work on federal contracts due to their citizenship or U.S. immigration status.
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