How Congress Operates: a Seminar 

on the People and Processes of Capitol Hill
Washington, DC, September 25th -27th, 2018


 The topics covered in this course include but are not limited to:

     I.   Current Political Party Leaders in the House and Senate of 115th Congress
     II.   A Review of the Congressional Committees and Subcommittees with Jurisdiction over Federal 
     III.   2019 Budget implications for your Agency
     IV.   Upcoming Federal versus State Issues

The tuition fee for this course is $795 and includes course materials, refreshments, keynote lectures, attendance at House and Senate committee hearings and debate in the US Capitol.

You may register at with a government credit card or with an SF-182.

In addition to the Washington, DC course Woods Institute will also deliver in 2018:

Webinars, typically an hour in duration, which can be coordinated with senior leadership meetings and  

            training programs.
Field Courses based in your Region or State, which last from one to three days.

If you are interested in obtaining further information on this or any of our other courses and webinars, please contact
pwoods@woodsinstitute or go to

Over the past thirty-five years
Woods Institute has been preeminent in providing federal employees with an awareness of the legislative and budget processes on Capitol Hill thereby empowering them to effectively implement Federal policy in the field. Many of our participants now occupy senior roles in Federal agencies.

Thank you for your support in the past and we look forward to further serving you in the future.

Patricia Woods Ph.D.,

President, Woods Institute