May 18, 2006
Measuring Power in Congress
From the press release:
"The first analysis and ranking system of power in Congress were released on Congress.org -- http://congress.org. Power Rankings is the culmination of a five-month research project by Knowlegis -- http://www.knowlegis.net -- that sought to measure various characteristics of power. Knowlegis is a knowledge management company that provides services and software for government relations professionals.
Knowlegis staff collected data in three Power Categories for every Member of Congress. The results are online at Congress.org and include the Power Ranking and Power Score for every Member of Congress. The public and the media are also able to search and organize lists to view rankings by state, committee membership, tenure (class in Congress), or Power Category."
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