CFPB seeking input on eRegulations


Last October, the CFPB announced the launch of its “eRegulations” feature on its website. At the time, the CFPB described eRegulations as “a web-based, open source tool that aims to make regulations easier to find, read, and understand.” Currently, only Regulations E and Z are included in eRegulations.

The CFPB is now seeking feedback on eRegulations, indicating that it “is eager to hear from you about what functionality works best, and how this tool is valuable to you, and how it might be improved to serve your needs.” According to the CFPB, the feedback it receives “will help influence the future of this project.” Anyone interested in providing feedback can do so by responding to the CFPB’s eRegulations user survey which, according to the CFPB, should take less than 10 minutes to complete.

Topics:  CFPB, Regulation E, Regulation Z

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