Port of Seattle Commission

June 17, 2022 – 2:00 p.m.
To be held in person at the Port of Seattle Headquarters
Building – Commission Chambers, Pier 69, 2711 Alaskan Way, Seattle, Washington.
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Committee members:
Commissioner Sam Cho, Chair
Commissioner Hamdi Mohamed, Member
Committee Public Member Sarah Holmstrom

Also attending:
Glenn Fernandes, Internal Audit Director
Aaron Pritchard, Chief of Staff, Commission Services
Michelle Hart, Commission Clerk
Aubree Payne, Deputy Commission Clerk

1. Call to Order
2. Approval of Minutes – April 7, 2022 (Attached)
External Audits
3. Moss Adams – 2021 Financial Statement Audit Results
Olga Darlington, Partner; Anna Waldren, Senior Manager; Connor McCauley, Senior
Updates (Glenn Fernandes, Director, Internal Audit)
4. 2022 Audit Plan Update
5. Open Issue Status


Operational Audits (Glenn Fernandes, Director, Internal Audit; Spencer Bright, Manager, Internal Audit –
Capital; Dan Chase, Manager, Internal Audit)
6. North Satellite Renovation & Expansion – Independent Audit Results (Presentation)
7. Emergency Procurement
Information Technology Audits1 (Bruce Klouzal, Manager, Internal Audit – IT) – Not Discussed in Public
8. Audit Log Management (Aviation Maintenance)
Limited Contract Compliance Audits2 (Glenn Fernandes, Director, Internal Audit; Dan Chase, Manager,
Internal Audit)
9. The Hertz Corporation (Presentation)
10. In-Ter-Space Services, Inc. DBA Clear Channel Airports (Presentation)
Concluding Business
11. Committee Comments
12. Adjournment
1 Information Technology audits are security sensitive and are not discussed in public meetings; all or part of the audit reports may be exempt from

public records disclosure under RCW 42.56.420.

2 Limited Contract Compliance audits are presented during the meeting only when there are findings, or by committee request.

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