There are two new resources for tracking the regulatory implementation of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Researchers looking for a well-rounded view of what is happening will want to follow both.
First, the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has set up a new website - the Dodd-Frank Regulatory Reform Rules site - designed to help track and comment on the proposed rules. Their intent is to post all of the proposed and final rules from the eleven federal agencies that are required to make new rules under Dodd-Frank.
The other site has been set up by The American Bankers Association - the ABA Dodd-Frank Tracker site - is also designed to track the process from proposed rule to final rule. This site includes a truly informative blog with news about the process of and reaction to the implementation of the Act.
Meanwhile, don't forget that old, tried and true resource for tracking regulatory implementation, regulations.gov. Check in the What's Hot section or just run a search for any regulations associated with Dodd-Frank.
All three sites feature a way to establish an RSS feed so you can get daily updates. The American Bankers Association site also has an email alert feature to allow updates for anyone having trouble with their RSS reader.