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CDIA shares a core value that all Americans should embrace; that is the ability for people to compete for employment without racial or ethnic discrimination. CDIA also understands that Americans expect to work in and visit work environments that are safe and secure.

Consumers want to be safe when entering places of business, when entrusting the care and well-being of themselves and that of their loved ones’ to others, and when inviting workers in to their homes. These are also values CDIA shares.

Federal Review offers regular updates of legislative, administrative, and judicial news of interest to the consumer reporting community.

Judicial Review offers regular updates of legal news of interest to the consumer reporting community.

August 9, 2021
The Consumer Data Industry Association (CDIA) and the Professional Background Screening Association (PBSA) jointly filed an amicus brief last week in the...
December 2, 2020
Ohio residents have been “falsely lulled into feeling secure with Ohio’s and the federal background check system,” said Columbus City Attorney...
November 5, 2020
We posted before about CDIA’s defense of public records in Arkansas in an amicus brief before that state’s supreme court. Our...
November 5, 2020
We posted before about CDIA’s defense of public records in Arkansas in an amicus brief before that state’s supreme court. Our...
October 2, 2020
CDIA and PBSA have joined forces to support Public Access Software Specifications (PASS). PASS leverages technology to improve the quality, accuracy,...
July 27, 2020
The 9th Circuit issued a nice summary affirmation last week in a case in which CDIA filed an amicus brief. In...
July 27, 2020
The 9th Circuit issued a nice summary affirmation last week in a case in which CDIA filed an amicus brief. In...
July 27, 2020
Last week, the Arkansas Supreme Court accepted CDIA’s amicus brief in PBSA v. Jones where we urged the Court to “again...
June 8, 2020
In a brief to the Arkansas Supreme Court, CDIA urged the Court to “again reiterate that public records should remain open...