CFPB eRegulations Platform

The eRegulations platform developed by the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is available on GitHub Pages.

CFPB eRegulations has several components, including a parser, an API, and a public user interface.

Click here for the public-facing version of the platform.

Here are excerpts from the description:

regulations-parser is written in Python.

regulations-core is a Django and Haystack application.

The regulations-site front-end is a Backbone.js application nested within AMD modules using Require.js. We also use a Grunt-based build system with Jasmine for unit testing. On the back-end regulations-site is a Django application. […]

We invite contributions to any part of the application. The project is in the public domain, and all contributions to it will be released as such. By submitting a pull request, you are agreeing to waive all rights to your contribution under the terms of the CC0 Public Domain Dedication. […]

HT Eric Mill

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