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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is a federal agency dedicated to ensuring that markets for consumer financial products and services are fair, transparent, and competitive. To support this mission, technologists at the CFPB build external resources for the public and internal tools to help the Bureau run more efficiently.
eRegulations is a web-based application that makes regulations easy to find, read, and understand.
Learn more about home mortgage data, download the data yourself, or build new tools using our API.
View, sort, and analyze thousands of complaints. Download the data or build on it using our API.
An application that lets an organization collect ideas, comment on them, and vote them up.
EC2mapper is a web application that provides a user-friendly interface to view Amazon AWS network configurations, while allowing changes to be easily tracked over time.
Open source version of a simple Transit Subsidy intake form that is commonly used by United States federal government agencies. Home of the first citizen pull request accepted by the U.S. government!
Our mission demands smart, usable, and reliable technology. Come serve consumers by helping us design and build it.
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5 U.S.C. 552(a)(e)(3)
By providing your full name, email address and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org you are providing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) personally identifiable information for the purpose of obtaining information on any current or future job openings, and for inclusion into a mailing list that will be used in future communications.
Information collected will be treated in accordance with the System of Records Notice (“SORN”), [CFPB.009 Employee Administrative Records, 78 FR 67340](https://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2013/11/12/2013-27011/privacy-act-of-1974-as-amended). This information will not be disclosed as outlined in the Routine Uses for the SORN. Direct identifying information will only be used to facilitate the potential job openings, and to provide you with tailored updates from Human Resources, and will be kept private except as required by law.
This collection of information is authorized by Pub. L. No. 111-203, Title X, Sections 1013 and 1022, codified at 12 U.S.C. §§ 5493 and 5512.
Submission of your resume is voluntary. You are not required to submit or provide any identifying information; however, not doing so may result in the CFPB being unable to contact you about potential employment opportunities.