Port of Seattle Commission

June 30, 2023 – 11:00 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 Hamdi Mohamed, Chair
Commissioner Sam Cho, 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 6, 2023 (Attachment)
External Audits
3. Moss Adams – 2022 Financial Statement Audit Results (Presentation)
Olga Darlington, Partner; Anna Waldren, Senior Manager; Connor McCauley, Senior Auditor
Updates and Approval (Glenn Fernandes, Director, Internal Audit) (Presentations for Items 4 – 9)
4. Open Issue Status
5. 2023 Audit Plan Update
Performance Audits (Glenn Fernandes, Director, Internal Audit; Dan Chase, Manager, Internal Audit;
Spencer Bright, Manager, Internal Audit – Capital)
6. Port-wide Payroll Controls (Report)
7. Social and Environmental Reporting (Report)
8. T-117 Sites 23-25 Restoration Construction Project (Report)
Information Technology Audits1 – None.
Limited Contract Compliance Audits (Glenn Fernandes, Director, Internal Audit)
9. ATZ, Inc. dba Doug Fox Parking (Report)
Concluding Business
10. Committee Comments
11. 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.

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