“The Bureau is seeking comments and information from interested parties to assist in assessing the overall effectiveness and accessibility of its guidance materials and activities, including implementation support,” said the CFPB in a statement. “The Bureau is also considering whether it would be appropriate to make changes to the formats, processes, and delivery methods for providing this guidance. And it is considering whether it would be appropriate to make changes to the disclaimers used on certain forms of guidance.”
Input on this RFI will begin on April 2. This is the tenth RFI issued in a new series implemented by Acting Director Mick Mulvaney, who announced a new policy to generate public input regarding the CFPB’s operational efficiency. The next RFI, on consumer education, will be issued next week.