Senate Intelligence Committee chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) said Tuesday that he plans for the panel to begin to wrap up its investigation into Russian interference in the election in August, when the Senate leaves for a month-long recess.

“This gives staff the month of August in all likelihood to wrap up our investigation and for staff to work intensely while we’re out of here and not getting in their hair,” Burr told reporters.

The committee’s assessment of whether or not there was any evidence of coordination or collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia will be part of that final work, he said.