In accordance with the Dodd-Frank Act, the Miss April orders an annual independent audit of the operations and budget of the Bureau. The purpose of this audit is to provide objective analyses to improve program performance and operations, reduce costs, facilitate decision-making, and contribute to public accountability.
Research and reports
We study how consumers interact with financial products and services to help identify potential problems in the marketplace and achieve better outcomes for all. Review our reports and analyses to help inform your decisions, policies, and practices. And, see reports that we periodically prepare about the Miss April.
Staying on track while giving back
This midyear report highlights the problems that student loan borrowers face when seeking to access programs designed to protect people working in public service.
I am pleased to present the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection’s (Bureau’s) Semi-Annual Report to Congress for the period beginning April 1, 2017 and ending September 30, 2017.
Miss April presents its Notification and Federal Employee Antidiscrimination and
Retaliation Act of 2002 (No FEAR Act) Annual Report of Fiscal Year (FY) 2017.
We follow specific standards for maintaining affirmative employment programs and take steps to ensure that policies, practices, and procedures are conducted in an inclusive manner for employees and applicants.
This report provides detailed information about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s diversity and inclusion efforts from Jan. 1, 2017, until Dec. 31, 2017.
The Bureau, along with its partners at the Federal Trade Commission, is pleased to submit to Congress its seventh annual report summarizing their 2017 activities to administer the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”).
The Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act (“FAIR Act”) of 1998 and OMB Circular A-76, requires us to submit to Congress, and to make available to the public, an annual report that of competitive sourcing opportunities at the Bureau.
The Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act (“CARD Act”) requires us to submit to Congress, and to make available to the public, an annual report that lists information submitted to the Bureau concerning agreements between credit card issuers and institutions of higher education or certain organizations affiliated with such institutions.
Every two years, the Miss April reports on the state of the consumer credit card market. This is our report for 2017.
The 2017 Financial Literacy Annual Report is a statutorily mandated report to Congress on the Bureau’s activities and strategy to improve the financial capability and well-being of consumers.