1. Efficiency would likely mean cutting corners that seem inefficient to business minded analysts but that are vital to the detailed monitoring, research, and data collection done at agencies like the EPA (as an example). 2. Outside Analysts would be paid at additional taxpayer cost. there's no guarantee this would be cheap. 3. this bureaucratic paperwork would be a time consuming roadblock in these agencies abilities to function. A better measure of whether tax payer money is being used wisely is: are these agencies collecting good data? making wise policy recommendations? catching red flags of any sort?