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CFPB seeking input on new E-Regulations tool

By: Danielle Wright

CommentWednesday - July 30, 2014

The CFPB is seeking preliminary input from users of its eRegulations tool in order to improve this resource. They have created a 19-question survey to collect input from compliance folks like us. We invite you to peruse the e-regs tool and fill out the survey. The survey is asking for feedback on the various features of the tool, ease and frequency of use, and how it compares to existing resources used by compliance officers. 

The CFPB has been experimenting with new ways to publish regulatory information. One of these is the new eRegulations tool for Regulations E and Z, which you should check out here. This website allows the user to scroll through and search the text of the current, and past versions of these regulations and accompanying staff commentary. The page also includes a timeline which allows the user to track the recent changes that the CFPB has made to these rules.

Early impressions from CUNA’s compliance team are positive, and so far we feel that this eRegulations platform will provide easy access to regulations and additional features to help with compliance. However, keep in mind that this eRegulations tool is a compilation of material and is not an official legal edition of the regulations.  If you are relying on the material for legal research you should consult official versions of the regulations in the Code of Federal Regulations (eCFR). And don’t forget to fill out the survey when you get a chance, since doing so may help the Bureau improve and expand this tool to other regulations.






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