(a) Alcohol and Illegal Drug Use. Council members, Tribal Court Judges, all persons employed by the Tribe, or tribal representatives shall not attend any meetings, court sessions, workshops, or training sessions while carrying out the official duties of the Tribal Office or otherwise representing the St. Paul Island Tribe while under the influence of alcohol, illegal drugs, or narcotics.
(b) Travel Guidelines. Whenever persons are traveling for the Tribe in an official capacity for any type of activity or business, they shall maintain high ethical standards and conduct themselves in such a way that reflects positively on the St. Paul Island Tribe. Persons on approved travel status shall attend all meetings or work sessions relating to the activity they are attending unless they are ill or circumstances exist beyond their control. These circumstances shall be immediately relayed to his or her immediate supervisor, President, or to the Tribal Office.
(1) Trip Reports. All persons traveling on per diem and representing the St. Paul Island Tribe shall make trip reports. Trip reports may be written or orally presented at a Council meeting where minutes are being taken.
(c) Confidentiality. Tribal officials shall not disclose or use confidential information acquired in the course of their official duties to significantly further their personal financial interest, or to give a vendor or contractor an unfair advantage over other vendors or contractors. Tribal Court Judges and the Tribal Court Clerk shall take an oath of confidentiality as described in the Tribal Court Structure Code (Chapter 2.10 ATC).
(d) Bribes. Tribal officials shall not accept bribes for official action. Tribal officials may accept nonmonetary gifts or public awards for recognition of service on behalf of the Tribe.
(e) Nepotism and Favoritism. Tribal officials shall not exert excessive influence or favoritism to pressure other tribal officials to alter decisions concerning employment or other benefits for their first-degree relatives including parents, in-laws, children, spouses or significant others, siblings, aunts and uncles, first cousins, grandparents, and grandchildren, and anyone living in the same home as the tribal official or with whom a significant relationship exists or who has any significant involvement in any other St. Paul Island entity or organization.