One of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s key roles is to investigate and enforce potential violations of federal consumer finance laws. To track and organize those efforts, the CFPB uses an “enforcement matter management system” called ENForce.

In response to a prior FOIA request, the Data Liberation Project received documentation describing some of the structure of the ENForce database.

Based on that documentation, this FOIA request 📄 seeks all records in the following database tables for matters that have either reached a final disposition or public action (i.e., excluding ongoing, nonpublic matters):

… excluding columns containing records of a personally sensitive nature or that would have to be individually inspected for redaction.

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