Rules Review Schedule & Public Engagement

C.R.S. 24-4-103.3 (SB14-063) requires: Each rule-making agency or official shall provide public notice on the agency's official website of its review of the rules, give the public an appropriate opportunity to provide input, and notify other state agencies that may have jurisdiction over the subject matter of the rules to allow for collaboration and input. Based on this review, the rule-making agency or official shall determine whether the existing rules should be continued in their current form, amended, or repealed.  If the rule-making agency or official decides that a rule should be amended or repealed, the rule-making agency or official shall comply with the notice and hearing requirements of section 24-4-103.

The Division of Banking's Rule Review Schedule includes: 

Program Rule number/series in the CCR as maintained by the Secretary of State, which include rules promulgated by any part of the department. Schedule of Rules Review Pursuant to SB 14-063 Criteria Status  Notices 
Money Transmitters Money transmitters 3 CCR 701-7 2019/2020 Fiscal Year  In Process Coming October 2019
Commercial Banks Commercial Banks 3 CCR 701-1 2020/2021 Fiscal Year    
Electronic Funds Act Electronic Funds Act 3 CCR 701-5 2019/2020 Fiscal Year In Process Coming September 2019
Trust Companies Trust Companies 3 CCR 701-6 2020/2021 Fiscal Year    
Public Deposit Protection Act Public Depsoit Protection Act 3 CCR 701-4 2018/2019 Fiscal Year Complete Complete

Stakeholder Engagement Protocol

Please review DORA's Early Stakeholder Engagement Protocol.

For questions about rules and stakeholder engagement for the Division of Banking specifically, please contact Rebecca Laurie via email or 303-894-7838.

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