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ONEIDA, WI, APRIL 15, 2018: The Center for Leadership in Government (CPL) Non-Profit 501 (c) 3 has launched its first national capital campaign with Kickstarter. Funds raised will scale up the first of its kind big data technology to provide public insight on Political Leadership and Public Officeholders.
Visit Big Data Changes the Way We View Political Leaders to learn more and pledge your support.
The Center’s Political Intelligence Platform™ (PIP) technology enables businesses, industries, policy groups, and individuals to learn about politicians’ leadership type, integrity, and personality by pulling public leaders’ public speeches, press releases, public documents, websites, debates, committee hearings and government documents.
PIP is the first of its kind in the world, to educate the public about political leaders by making available public leadership types and integrity indexes. PIP was created to expand the doctorate research of CPL founder Dr. Terri J McCormick Dawson in 2016.
The predictive PIP technology models enabled CPL to accurately determine how current politicians were likely to vote and behave in public office with a high degree of accuracy. In the 2018 Mid-term Election, the technology will provide substantive information to help interested persons in understanding political-leadership types based on data-driven reliable facts.
Dr. Terri J. McCormick Dawson, President of The Center for Leadership in Government explains, “The Center focuses on nonpartisan research and data driven results. Media polls, political pundits, and social media biases have proven to be untrustworthy sources of intelligent information. PIQ analytics filter out personal opinions, editorials, and value judgments.”
CPL is supported by individual donations, not affiliated with any political organization. To learn more and donate visit Kickstarter at: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/terrimccormick/big-data-changes-the-way-we-view-political-leaders or https://cflig.org.