On March 26th, Alden Munson will discuss, “What I Learned During My Three Years in Washington, DC.” Alden is an advisor to the U.S. intelligence community, has worked in senior management at Litton and TRW, and is a Senior Fellow at the Potomac Institute of Policy Studies. He will talk about how the Federal Government really works, including processes that Alden had not completely understood in his preceding 40 years in the defense and intelligence industry. He will give one example from the executive branch and another from Congress and then discuss some resulting questions. We begin at 8:30 AM in the Assembly Hall. All ages are welcome.