• One Year.

    Precision marks its one year anniversary.   Read More »

  • Precision Strategies Announces New Hires

    Precision Strategies announces the addition of seven new members to its team.   Read More »

  • Introducing Our Big Data At-A-Glance

    President Obama’s analytics-driven victory in 2012 generated enough bragging rights to power the launch of at least seven new Democratic consulting firms that leverage Big Data and wonk up the ranks of three national advocacy campaigns.    Read More »

  • The Note

    FORMER OBAMA CAMPAIGN VETERANS START NEW FIRM. A handful of top former Obama campaign veterans have joined forces to create a new strategic consulting firm. The new group, called Precision, will be led by three partners: two of Obama’s deputy campaign managers, Stephanie Cutter and Jen O’Malley Dillon, and   Read More »

  • Former Obama advisers launch consulting firm to harness technology for private sector

    A group of advisers who helped President Obama win reelection are launching a new consulting firm that will try to translate the skills and technological tools that won political campaigns into a force in the private sector.   Read More »

  • OBAMA, INC.: New firm unites Stephanie Cutter, Jen O’Malley Dillon, Teddy Goff, Jenni LeCompte—

    PRECISION, a new firm of top-shelf Obama alumni: “In reelecting President Obama, Stephanie Cutter, Jen O’Malley Dillon and Teddy Goff pioneered the politics of precision -- building and leading an unprecedented campaign to understand, reach and connect with more Americans than ever before. We defied conventional wisdom by inventing and   Read More »

  • Stephanie Cutter and other Obama alums start consulting firm

    Three veterans of President Obama’s 2012 campaign are launching a new consulting firm, Precision Strategies. Obama deputy campaign managers Stephanie Cutter and Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, and digital director Teddy Goff, are behind the firm, which aims to take the winning formula of the Obama reelection and apply it not jus   Read More »

  • Obama Staffers Are Cool With Capitalism, Too

    The latest entrant, announced this morning, is Precision Strategies, a strategic consulting firm led by three veterans of the reelection campaign: Stephanie Cutter, Jen O’Malley Dillon, and Teddy Goff. Their pitch, according to a company memo, is to do for corporations, advocacy groups, and political candidates what they did f   Read More »

  • Key Obama campaign advisers launch consultancy

    Key Obama for America campaign advisers Stephanie Cutter, Jen O'Malley Dillon, and Teddy Goff have joined forces to launch a strategic consultancy called Precision. Cutter, O'Malley Dillon, and Goff, who worked closely together on the winning 2012 presidential campaign and then-Sen. Barack Obama's 2008 effort, are partners in the firm. Other Obama   Read More »

  • Top Obama Tech and Political Staffers Launch Consulting Firm

    Several of President Barack Obama's former top technology and political campaign staffers are launching a consulting firm to bring the data and analytics know-how of the Obama campaign to a variety of companies, advocacy campaigns and other clients. Former Obama Deputy Campaign Managers Stephanie Cutter and Jen O'Malley Dillon and   Read More »

  • Stephanie Cutter Starts Consulting Firm With 2 Former Obama Aides

    Three former top campaign aides to President Barack Obama are starting consulting firm, continuing an ongoing trend of former Obama staffers entering the private sector to rake in large consulting fees. Stephanie Cutter and Jen O'Malley Dillon, both deputy campaign managers on Obama's reelection campaign, and Teddy Goff, the 2012 digital   Read More »

  • Stephanie Cutter, President Obama’s 1-woman rapid response team

    If you think you’re seeing Stephanie Cutter everywhere these days, you would be right. There she is after the recent Supreme Court ruling accusing Mitt Romney of not being truthful about his position on health care reform, dueling with Republican heavyweights on national television, giving the Obama-bashing Koch brothers t   Read More »

  • The Obama Campaign’s Real Heroes: Meet 10 key operatives who got the president re-elected

    Now that the dust has settled and the vote totals are nearly certified, it's clear that the 2012 presidential election was never a squeaker. It was a landslide. Barack Obama beat Mitt Romney by more than 4.6 million votes nationwide...    Read More »

  • Obama campaign scores a Webby

    The Obama campaign won a "Breakout of the Year" Webby award for its innovative use of the web that "revolutionized the way future campaigns will be implemented across the globe."    Read More »

  • Noble Nerds: Team Obama has found a way to reframe its brutish election victory

    The race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, Politico declared in June, was “a grinding, joyless slog, falling short in every respect of the larger-than-life personalities and...   Read More »

  • The Resurrection of Stephanie Cutter

    In 2004, Kerry staffers blamed her for botching the response to the Swift Boat attacks. Now she's back -- as the aggressive face of the Obama reelection effort. Stephanie Cutter doesn't sound angry, just exasperated.    Read More »

  • Obama reelection team looks familiar

    President Obama announced his reelection bid Monday, filing paperwork with the Federal Election Commission that will allow him to raise money for the effort.    Read More »

  • Corporations Want Obama’s Winning Formula

    The day after the election, Mitt Romney returned to his Boston headquarters because, he told a friend, his campaign staff needed help: “I have 400 people to get great jobs for.”    Read More »

  • The “Girls Club” 2012

    One day two weeks ago, Stephanie Cutter blasted out ten Tweets, eight of them aggressively pushing the narrative that had become popularly known as the “War on Women.” (The Republican war, that is.)    Read More »

  • A Messenger Who Does the Shooting

    Two days after President Obama’s first debate against Mitt Romney, Stephanie Cutter, a deputy campaign manager for the Obama re-election effort, decided to tweak Mr. Romney for his attack on federal funding for PBS.    Read More »

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