49 CFR 1520.19 - Destruction of SSI.

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§ 1520.19 Destruction of SSI.

(a)DHS. Subject to the requirements of the Federal Records Act ( 5 U.S.C. 105), including the duty to preserve records containing documentation of a Federal agency's policies, decisions, and essential transactions, DHS destroys SSI when no longer needed to carry out the agency's function.

(b)Other covered persons -

(1)In general. A covered person must destroy SSI completely to preclude recognition or reconstruction of the information when the covered person no longer needs the SSI to carry out transportation security measures.

(2)Exception. Paragraph (b)(1) of this section does not require a State or local government agency to destroy information that the agency is required to preserve under State or local law.

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