Maybe I'm too much of a geek, but I didn't see anything wrong with the comment. Based on this turn of phrase, I am thinking that
- He and/or his organization are researching competent women as part of a hiring plan for his administration.
- He recognizes that you should be planning ahead and assembling sufficient information to be able to provide a solution.
- He and/or his organization groups the information into meaningful units for better analysis
How is a bad thing? Wouldn't we want a future president to do this?
As for the comment about a binder being "old technology", I still think of my electronic groups of files "folders" in "binders." Hey, Mitt . . . put me in your binder. I need a job . . .