Article 6 – Procedures – Evaluation

 

Article 6 – Procedures – Evaluation

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6-1. Promotions
Promotions for any fleet member, regardless of rank, occur twice per month, on the first (1st) and the fifteenth (15th) standard Federation Calendar day. Promotion of a member can happen only after the approval of the Fleet Evaluation Tribunal Board. In the absence of an officer available the said day, promotion can happen the following one, and only the following one (be it the second or the sixteenth of a standard Federation Calendar month) or else it will happen the next available period.

  1. Exception: On a loss of an Admiral or a Vice Admiral, either lost in action, demotion, transfer or sickness; The Fleet Command may elect a member of the Fleet to take its place. Said member must be at least a Fleet Captain.

6-2. Fleet Vice Admirals
This section defines all criteria concerning the position of Fleet Vice Admiral.

  1. The promotion of a member to Fleet Vice Admiral is decided by the full agreement of the Fleet Command, if a position opens.
  2. The Fleet at all times has a total of nine (9) active Fleet Vice Admirals dispersed in the nine (9) Administrative Offices (see Article 5, Section 5-3) and any number of Fleet Vice Admirals that are inactive towards the Fleet being dispatched to the Starfleet Command and/or missing in action.
  3. No member (with the same handle [e.g. @membername] or the same person in that matter) can have more than one (1) Fleet Vice Admiral active at any given time.
  4. No member with an active Fleet Admiral can also have an active Fleet Vice Admiral at the same time in the Fleet.
  5. All other characters of a said member meeting any of the above criteria can reach up to Fleet Captain rank.
  6. A member can opt to exchange its rank between two characters.

6-3. Fleet Admirals
This section defines all criteria concerning the position of Fleet Admiral.

  1. The promotion of a member to Fleet Admiral is decided by the full agreement of the active Fleet Command, if a position opens.
  2. The Fleet at all times has a total of three (3) active Fleet Admirals comprising the Fleet Command.
  3. No member with an active Fleet Admiral can also have an active Fleet Vice Admiral at the same time in the Fleet.
  4. All other characters of a said member meeting any of the above criteria can reach up to Fleet Captain rank.
  5. A member can opt to exchange its rank between two characters.

6-4. Fleet Evaluation Tribunal Board
Fleet Evaluation Tribunal Board is a permanent board consisted of the Chief Instructor (CTO), the Chief Recruitment Officer (CRO) and the Chief Logistics Officer (CLO). They come together on the first (1st) and fifteenth (15th) of each standard Federation Calendar month and decide which members are worthy of being promoted, as per the current document Article 2, Section 2-4 , Paragraphs A through E, and their respective subsections. Additional conditions that involve the Fleet Evaluation Tribunal Board are (see also Appendix 2 – Tables and Forms – Table 3 – Fleet Tribunal Boards):

  1. The officers of the Fleet Evaluation Tribunal Board can postpone the promotion of a member despite meeting the prerequisites if they see fit, but they must form a report to the Fleet Command and state their worries for the stall.
  2. The Tribunal can postpone its procedures for the next day of the said period.
  3. The officers of the Tribunal arrange after convening for the promotion of all evaluated members as per the current document Article 6, Section 6-1.
  4. As chair of the board is appointed always the Chief Instructor. In the absence of the said officer, order is defined as second the Chief Recruitment Officer and as third the Chief Logistics Officer, unless a Fleet Admiral is appointed as chair.
  5. In the absence of a member of the board, Chief Administrator can hold seat at the board.
  6. The Offices involved in the process can appoint their deputies to attend the Board in their absence. Deputies cannot hold the chair in the case of present Vice Admirals or Admirals. In the absence of any senior officer the order is appointed to the deputies as defined by paragraph D.
  7. Fleet Admirals can at any point hold the chair of the current board for any given meeting, in the absence of a member.

6-5. Fleet Disciplinary Tribunal Board
Fleet Disciplinary Tribunal Board is a permanent board consisted by the Chief Justice Officer (CJO), the Chief Administrator (CAO) and the Chief Security Officer (CSO). The board comes together under session on the tenth (10th) and the twentieth (20th) of each standard Federation calendar month. The board’s purpose is to attend in trial for any members that have been found in par with the current regulation of the Fleet (as defined by the sections of Article 7) or the Starfleet Regulations or the Starfleet Directives. Additional conditions that involve the Fleet Disciplinary Tribunal Board are (see also Appendix 2 – Tables and Forms – Table 3 – Fleet Tribunal Boards):

  1. The officers of the Fleet Disciplinary Tribunal Board can postpone its procedures for the next available period; suspended members will be remain so until their case is tried.
  2. The Fleet Disciplinary Tribunal Board’s decisions are not appealable.
  3. As chair of the board is appointed always the Chief Justice. In the absence of the said officer, order is defined as second the Chief Administrator and as third the Chief Security Officer, unless a Fleet Admiral is appointed as chair.
  4. The Offices involved in the process can appoint their deputies to attend the Board in their absence. Deputies cannot hold the chair in the case of present Vice Admirals or Admirals. In the absence of any senior officer the order is appointed to the deputies as defined by paragraph C.
  5. Fleet Admirals can at any point hold the chair of the current board for any given meeting, in the absence of a member.

6-6. Fleet Commerce Tribunal Board
Fleet Commerce Tribunal Board is a permanent board consisted of the Chief Logistics Officer, the Chief Finance Officer and the Chief Administrator. The board comes together on a regular basis predefined by the officers comprising it, in order to oversee provisions and plan upcoming fleet projects. The board also comes together for the decision of possible official Fleet Trade offers (see Article 6, Section 6-9) in which case it may also appoint a Junior Administrative Officer to carry out the trade. Additional conditions that involve the Fleet Commerce Tribunal Board are (see also Appendix 2 – Tables and Forms – Table 3 – Fleet Tribunal Boards):

  1. The officers of the Fleet Commerce Tribunal Board can postpone its procedures for the next available period; pending trade offers will have to be on hold until a decision is reached.
  2. As chair of the board is appointed always the Chief Logistics Officer. In the absence of said officer, the order is defined as second the Chief Finance Officer and as third the Chief Administrator, unless a Fleet Admiral is appointed as chair.
  3. The Offices involved in the process can appoint their deputies to attend the Board in their absence. Deputies cannot hold the chair in the case of present Vice Admirals or Admirals. In the absence of any senior officer the order is appointed to the deputies as defined by paragraph B.
  4. Fleet Admirals can at any point hold the chair of the current board for any given meeting, in the absence of a member.

6-7. Fleet Event Tribunal Board
Fleet Event Tribunal Board is a non-permanent board held in order to plan big scale fleet-wide events, fleet-wide missions and fleet-wide operations (pvp). The workings of the board are first submitted for approval by the Fleet Command and then announced to the Fleet a period of days no less than ten (10) standard working days prior to the event. The members that consist the Fleet Event Tribunal board are the Chief of Operations, the Chief Administrator and a third member depending on the nature of the upcoming event; for Fleet wide meeting events the Chief Finance Officer is advised, for Fleet-wide missions the Chief Instructor and for Fleet-wide operations the Chief Security Officer. Additional information involving the Fleet Event Tribunal Board are (see also Appendix 2 – Tables and Forms – Table 3 – Fleet Tribunal Boards):

  1. As chair of the board is appointed always the Chief of Operations, unless a Fleet Admiral is appointed as chair.
  2. The Offices involved in the process can appoint their deputies to attend the Board in their absence. Deputies cannot hold the chair in the case of present Vice Admirals or Admirals.
  3. Fleet Admirals can at any point hold the chair of the current board for any given meeting, in the absence of a member.

6-8. Fleet Diplomatic Tribunal Board
The Fleet Diplomatic Tribunal Board is a non-permanent board that comes together in order to define if a proposition done to the Fleet by another faction for a possible alliance, is in the profit of the Fleet or not. The Chief Diplomatic Officer, who is also chair of the board presents the proposition to conference and states the pros and cons of said proposal. The Chief Administrator offers insight regarding the standing of the Fleet and the view of the Fleet Command regarding a possible alliance, he also prepares the final report for the Fleet Command to assess on behalf of the Board. The Chief Justice offers insight regarding the legal issues, conflicts that might arise with other treaties the fleet holds and so on. The Board has no standard date of meeting and comes together only under certain circumstances, the members of the board are always the said officers or any proxies they appoint. The Fleet Command hold the final say in any possible alliance treaties as defined by Article 6, Section 6-11 of the current.
6-9. Ship Evaluation Tribunal Board
Ship Evaluation Tribunal Board is a non-permanent board consisted by the Chief Instructor, the Chief of Operations and the Chief Administrator. The board comes together to evaluate a fleet member’s ship and provide to the said captain and the Fleet Command an analysis of the ship’s worthiness and possible upgrade. The Fleet must maintain ships in excellent condition and this board’s order of business is to ensure this. The Ship Evaluation Tribunal Board meets upon the need arises with always the said officers or any proxies they appoint.
6-10. Fleet Trading
The fleet maintains the right to trade prospected provisions to Starfleet members outside of its ranks, only when all of the following circumstances are met:

  1. The person interested of purchasing fleet provisions, referred hereafter as the Buyer, provides compensation for the services provided in form of Refined Dilithium Ore or Energy Credits.
  2. The member overseeing the purchase, referred hereafter as the Seller, is at least a Junior Administrative Officer
  3. The Buyer will be invited in the fleet, provide compensation upfront, then promoted to the minimum rank allowed to make a purchase and will be relieved of duty from the fleet after the purchase.
  4. The Seller will have to oversee the purchase and make sure no provisions are wasted in the process.
  5. The Buyer must provide separate compensation per item acquired.
  6. f. The Seller after the transaction, must form a report and do all of the following:
    1. Mail it to the Chief Logistics Officer
    2. Mail it to the Chief Finance Officer.
    3. Upload it to the Officer Reports, Fleet Trade section of the Fleet Holonet Frequency.
    4. The form of the report is presented on Appendix 2.
  7. The compensation costs are defined as follows:
    1. For requisition of space equipment either twenty thousand (20,000) Refined Dilithium Ore, donated to a designated active Fleet Project, or five million (5,000,000) Energy Credits paid by the Buyer to the Seller upfront.
    2. For requisition of ground equipment either ten thousand (10,000) Refined Dilithium Ore, donated to a designated active Fleet Project, or two and a half million (2,500,000) Energy Credits paid by the Buyer to the Seller upfront.
    3. The Fleet Command maintains the right to alter the costs at any given time, alterations will be notified on the Fleet Holonet Frequency of the Fleet.
  8. Fleet Members that consent to undertake the above procedure accept that they will be held accountable if it is not met to the letter. Breach of the above procedure brings accusations for conspiracy to commit theft as defined on Article 7, Section 7-5, Paragraph B of the current, and offenders will be submitted to a hearing under the Fleet Disciplinary Tribunal Board with fear of severe penalties.

6-11. Alliances
The fleet as it is a healthy and prosperous military organization can act in its interest and form alliances with other fleets and/or organizations, be it military, trading or otherwise, as long as it is not in par with the directives of the Charter of the United Federation of Planets, the Starfleet Charter and the Starfleet Command General Orders. The procedure is defined as follows:

  1. Any fleet member approached by another organization (military or otherwise) regarding an alliance, must notify the Chief Diplomatic Officer or one of his deputies and bring the two parties together. Under no circumstance a member, other than the Chief Diplomatic Officer, his deputies or the Fleet Command, can decide for an upcoming alliance. Members in violation of this paragraph will be held responsible for both misconduct and disobedience and will be presented under a Fleet Disciplinary Tribunal Board for punishment.
  2. The Chief Diplomatic Officer (or one of his deputies) is assigned to make first contact with the said organization, and discuss the general ends of a mutual treaty between the two factions.
  3. The Diplomatic Officer who initiated the contact forms a report containing all the needed information of the faction in question and the person who initiated the contact and files it under the Officer Reports section of the Fleet Holonet Frequency (see Appendix 2 – Tables and Forms – Form 2 – Alliance First Contact Report Form).
  4. The Chief Diplomatic Officer assembles a meeting of the Fleet Diplomatic Tribunal Board to assess the situation and form a formal presentation for the Fleet Command.
  5. Chief Administrator compiles the above presentation in a report and files it to the Officer Reports section of the Fleet Holonet Frequency (see Appendix 2 – Tables and Forms – Form 3 – Fleet Diplomatic Tribunal Board Alliance Assessment Form).
  6. The Fleet Command examines at its own convenience the above form and decides the formation or not of an alliance with a unanimous vote.
  7. The Chief Administrator (or one of his deputies) and the Chief Diplomatic Officer compile and present a treaty document to the Fleet Command for approval, upon which the document is delivered to the negotiating faction for approval and signing.
  8. The Fleet Command along with the Chief Diplomatic Officer and the negotiating factions’ representatives sign the aforementioned treaty.

Other guidelines that should be taken into consideration in regards to alliances

  1. A treaties articles cannot come into conflict with any of the United Federation of Planets Chart articles or the Starfleet Directives or the current document or any other treaties the Fleet has already signed.
  2. In the rare case two allied factions of the Fleet find themselves between a conflict; the 101st Fleet will always hold a non-aggression pact with both parties. The 101st Fleet will not enter any conflict unless directly attacked by any of the parties involved, in which case will side with the non-attacking party.
  3. All members of the Fleet are expected to treat fellow allied members with outmost respect and equality as a member of the Fleet.

6-12. Active Alliances
Herein are stated all the alliance currently in place between the 101st Fleet and any other parties.

  1. The Equitorial Treaty: The 101st Fleet has joined the Equitorial Treaty as of June, 26th 2013. This alliance is still in effect.

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