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Construction on the Airport Drives will occur Monday through Saturday between 11:59 p.m. and 8:30 a.m. as a result the lower Arrivals Drive may be unavailable and transportation and other services will be moved to the upper Departures Drive. Arrive Early to the airport! Learn more and see the latest info!

Internal Audit Workplan

Approved 2022 Audit Plan

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Limited Contract Compliance

  • In‐Ter‐Space Services, Inc. DBA Clear Channel Airports
  • Avis Budget Car Rental
  • Hertz Corporation      


  • Payroll Controls1
  • Emergency Procurement
  • Federal Grant Administration (CRRSA & ARP)
  • Community & Sustainability Initiatives


  • International Arrivals Facility (IAF)
  • Interim Westside Fire Station
  • North Satellite (NSAT) Renovation & Expansion Closeout
  • South Satellite (SSAT) High Voltage AC Infrastructure Upgrade
  • Post IAF Airline Realignment2
  • C‐1 Building Expansion Construction Phase2
  • Main Terminal Low Voltage2

Information Technology

  • T2 Airport Garage Parking System Replacement
  •  Account Management (ICT)
  • Account Management (Aviation Maintenance)
  • Audit Log Management (ICT)
  • Audit Log Management (Aviation Maintenance)
  • Incident Response Management (ICT)
  • Incident Response Management (Aviation Maintenance)

Contingency Audits

  • Limited Contract Compliance - Host International 
  • Capital - Contractor Covid-19 Vaccination Compliance
  • Capital - Capital Project Management
  • Information Technology - Network Infrastructure Management (ICT)
  • Information Technology - Network Infrastructure Management (Aviation Maintenance)3
  • Information Technology - Email and Web Browser Protections (ICT)


Per the audit client’s request, this audit has been deferred to the 2023 Audit Plan.
2 RCW 39.10.385 requires that an independent auditor perform an audit of subcontractor charges to the Port on GC/CM projects, where the subcontractor was selected through an alternative selection process. This audit work is performed by external contractor auditors under Internal Audit’s supervision.
3 Two separate audits were originally planned for ICT and Aviation Maintenance; however, they were combined for efficiency, due to substantially similar processes.
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