In conclusion, OPRA is not intended as a research tool to “force government officials to identify and siphon useful information”. Rather, OPRA simply operates to make identifiable government records ‘readily accessible for inspection, copying, or examination.’ MAG Entertainment, LLC v. Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, 375 N.J.Super. 534, 546 (App. Div. 2005 The Court further held that "[u]nder OPRA, agencies are required to disclose only ‘identifiable’ government records not otherwise exempt. In short, OPRA does not countenance open-ended searches of an agency's files." Id. at 549.