NASCOE has a set of proposals submitted to the Administrator, FSA, and SEcretary Vilsack. They're interesting, which is why I'll probably post multiple times. The thing which struck me first was the proposal to combine State offices.
I remember when the Reagan administration tried that. As a matter of fact, that's how my former boss, Sandy Penn, came to DC. If I recall Delaware and MD were to be combined, meaning a reduction in state specialists. I guess Sandy was the low woman on the seniority list, so she transferred to DC. The combination was all set to happen, when it was suddenly cancelled. The scuttlebutt was that someone in New England, I think a state executive director, was the college roommate of a Congress person with serious clout, maybe membership on the Appropriations Committee?
Anyhow, forgive my cynicism, but I don't think this is going to happen. (Coincidentally, DOJ is trying to move some field offices, and getting big flack from the field.)