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Executive Guidance, May 20, 2020
"For each request for PII [personal identifying information] by the Federal government or a third party, excluding those requests to systems that under federal or State law cannot be used for administrative or immigration purposes, agency staff must identify the following prior to approving the request, and should only release the requested data if ... The request meets one or more of the following requirements: i. That the request supports an active criminal investigation or is responsive to a possible crime in progress; or ii. That the request is responsive to a court-authorized subpoena, warrant, or other valid order; or iii. That the request is necessary to perform agency duties, functions, or other business, as required by State or federal statute or rule, and is not solely related to federal civil immigration enforcement."