To this end, a series of standard amendments have been published to update existing documentation on swap relationships for Dodd-Frank compliance purposes and other standard industry documents, such as general and risk-specific data, as well as agreements allowing the parties to apply certain Dodd-Frank compliance provisions to their business relationships, swap companies regulated in compliance with their current obligations. To support regulatory and other requirements Trading with regulated swap companies is at this time.  Rule 23.504(b)(4)(i) (requirement for documentation between DSDs and other SPDs, financial firms and other parties requesting such documentation in order to include an agreement on the process for determining the value of each swap ”at any time” during the term of the swap for the purpose of meeting margin and risk management requirements). The architecture of the March 2013 Protocol is similar to that of the August 2012 Protocol and consists of: (i) the Letter of Adherence, (ii) the Protocol Agreement, (iii) the Questionnaire and (iv) the DF Supplement. The compliance procedure is also similar to that of the August 2012 Protocol and consists of sending a compliance letter to ISDA and exchanging questionnaires with the counterparty under each Protocol Agreement (as defined below).4 ISDA will publish a copy of each Compliance Letter that will be sent to all persons who comply with the March 2013 Protocol; in sight. Thus, participants in the March 2013 minutes can find out which counterparties are available to send questionnaires and by what method(s) or counterparties accept questionnaires. End-users allowed to choose the exception for end-users should be willing to use the March 2013 Protocol as a mechanism to contact their counterparties in the CFTC swap unit on the use of such a choice and the resulting reporting obligations. Non-financial end-users should consider whether they wish to participate in the risk assessment process. . . .