RAYMOND P. MOORE, District Judge.
THIS MATTER is before the Court on Defendant United States Environmental Protection Agency's Notices (ECF Nos. 51 & 55), filed in compliance with the Court's Order dated January 8, 2014 (ECF No. 50). In that Order, the Court found, based on the record before it, that the EPA demonstrated it properly withheld information, except for information claimed exempt under the attorney work-product privilege and two documents (EXE-3 and EXE-61). Accordingly, the Court directed the EPA to address certain matters and the EPA has certified it has done so in the Notices. Upon a review of the Notices, however, an issue is raised as to whether there may be other errors in the Vaughan index which a review of the index alone would not disclose. The Court has considered whether and what further action may be required in light of the known - albeit de minimis - errors. The Court finds the current record is insufficient to require an in camera review but the EPA should be required to confirm the accuracy of the Vaughan index. It is therefore
ORDERED that within 14 days of the date of this Order, the EPA shall confirm the accuracy of the Vaughan index by checking each document with the exemptions claimed or not claimed, as the case may be; notifying Plaintiff PacifiCorp of the EPA's findings; disclosing to PacifiCorp any errors or inaccuracies; and filing with the Court a revised Vaughan index highlighting any inaccuracies, if necessary, and a certification of compliance with this Order; and
FURTHER ORDERED that the Court will set a briefing schedule on the issue of attorney's fees after the completion ...