Show a Compelling Need Law and Legal Definition

According to 12 CFR 4.32 [Title 12 Banks and Banking; Chapter I Comptroller of the Currency, Department Of The Treasury; Part 4 Organization And Functions, Availability and Release of Information, Contracting Outreach Program, Post-Employment Restrictions for Senior Examiners; Subpart C Release of Non-Public Information], show a compelling need means, "in support of a request for testimony, demonstrate with as much detail as is necessary under the circumstances, that the requested information is relevant and that the relevant material contained in the testimony is not available from any other source. Sources, without limitation, include the books and records of other persons or entities and non-public Office of the Comptroller of the Currency records that have been, or might be, released."