Ethics & Compliance

Tyonek Native Corporation, together with its Subsidiaries, is committed to conducting business with the utmost honesty and integrity. We are committed to the ethical treatment of those to whom we have an obligation. 

For Our Shareholders, we are committed to pursuing sound growth and earnings objectives and to exercising prudence in the use of our assets and resources.

For Our Employees, we are committed to honesty, just management, and fairness, providing a safe and healthy environment, and respecting the dignity due everyone.

For Our Customers, we are committed to produce reliable products and services, delivered on time, at a fair price.

For The Communities, in which we live and work, we are committed to acting as concerned and responsible neighbors, reflecting all aspects of good citizenship.

For Our Suppliers, we are committed to fair competition and the sense of responsibility required of a good customer.

Obey The Law
TNC will conduct its business in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations. The laws and regulations related to contracting with the United States government are far reaching and complex, thus placing burdens on TNC that are in addition to those faced by companies without extensive government contracts. Compliance with the law does not comprise our entire ethical responsibility.

Tyonek Hotline
In keeping with our values and principles, the Tyonek Hotline has been created to provide our employees a secure resource to report concerns should they encounter them in the workplace. This hotline is a complement to the Tyonek Code of Ethics and Business Conduct  TNC Code of Ethics and Business Conduct click here. In addition to reporting violations of the TNC Code of Ethics and Business Conduct, reports can be filed in the following areas:

Fraud
Illegal activity
Accounting and auditing matters
Conflicts of interest
Disclosure of confidential information
Discrimination or harassment
National Security concerns
Falsification of contracts, reports or records
Misconduct or inappropriate behavior
Workplace Safety
Drug or Alcohol Abuse
Violation of corporate policy

Issues related to day-to-day operational matters such as work schedule, workload, break times, employee benefits, etc., should not be reported through the Tyonek Hotline. Those types of issues should be discussed with the employee’s supervisor/manager or the Human Resources Department.

What to Expect When You Contact the Hotline
The source of the call or report is not identified unless you wish to identify yourself. When you ask a question or file a report, you will be issued a report key and asked to create a password. On-line reports and calls may be anonymous.

Filing a Report
To file a report, please follow this link:


Or call Ethics Point at (866) 344-2079.