Port of Seattle Commission

March 28, 2024 – 10:00 a.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 Toshiko Hasegawa, Chair (Absent)
Commissioner Ryan Calkins, Acting Chair
Commissioner Hamdi Mohamed (Acting 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 – December 14, 2023 (Attachment)
External Audits (Presentation)
3. Office of the Washington State Auditor – Accountability Audit Results for 2022
Joseph Simmons, Program Manager; Kieu Nguyen, Assistant State Auditor; and
Maddie Frost-Shaffer, Assistant Audit Manager
o Accountability Audit Report (Report)
Updates and Approval (Glenn Fernandes, Director, Internal Audit) (Presentation – Items #4-9)
4. Director’s Annual Communication – Independence, Internal Audit Charter, Quality Assurance, and
Follow-Up (Memo) (Internal Audit Charter and Audit Committee Charter)
5. Open Issue Status
6. 2024 Audit Plan Update
Performance Audits (Glenn Fernandes, Director, Internal Audit; Spencer Bright, Manager, Internal
Audit - Capital Audit)
7. Concourse A Building Expansion for Lounges – Delta TRA1 (Report)
Information Technology Audits (Glenn Fernandes, Director, Internal Audit)
8. Payment Card Industry (PCI) – Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) Assessment Results (Report)
Limited Contract Compliance Audits (Glenn Fernandes, Director, Internal Audit)
9. Pallino SeaTac, LLC (Report)
Concluding Business
10. Committee Comments
11. Adjournment__________________

This audit was started in the fourth quarter of 2023 and was completed in the first quarter of 2024.

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