Port of Seattle Commission

September 8, 2022 – 2:30 p.m.
To be held in person at the Port of Seattle Headquarters
Building – Commission Chambers, Pier 69, 2711 Alaskan Way, Seattle, Washington.
You may view the full meeting live at
To listen live from a remote location, call in at: +1 (425) 660-9954 or (833) 209-2690 and Conference ID 799246792#
Committee members:
Commissioner Sam Cho, Chair
Commissioner Hamdi Mohamed, Member
Committee Public Member Sarah Holmstrom

1. Call to Order
2. Approval of Minutes – June 17, 2022

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


External Audits (Presentation and Memo)
3. Office of the Washington State Auditor – 2021 Accountability Audit Opening
Joseph Simmons, Program Manager; Angela Funamori, Assistant State Auditor
Updates (Glenn Fernandes, Director, Internal Audit) (Presentation)
4. Quality Assurance - External Peer Review Results
5. APPROVAL of 2023 Proposed Budget
6. 2022 Audit Plan Update
7. Open Issue Status
Operational Audits (Glenn Fernandes, Director, Internal Audit; Spencer Bright, Manager, Internal
Audit – Capital)
8. North Satellite Renovation and Expansion Project (Presentation)
Information Technology Audits (Glenn Fernandes, Director, Internal Audit; Bruce Klouzal, Manager,
Internal Audit – IT)
9. Security Incident Response Management (ICT & Aviation Maintenance) (Presentation)
Limited Contract Compliance Audits1 (Glenn Fernandes, Director, Internal Audit; Dan Chase,
Manager, Internal Audit)
10. Avis Budget Car Rental LLC
Concluding Business
11. Committee Comments
12. Adjournment
1 Limited Contract Compliance audits are presented during the meeting only when there are findings, or by committee request.

Limitations of Translatable Documents

PDF files are created with text and images are placed at an exact position on a page of a fixed size.
Web pages are fluid in nature, and the exact positioning of PDF text creates presentation problems.
PDFs that are full page graphics, or scanned pages are generally unable to be made accessible, In these cases, viewing whatever plain text could be extracted is the only alternative.