Governor Matt Blunt has made good on a campaign plege to set up a commission to review the efficiency of state government. Within 60 days, the 20 member State Government Review Commission will provide the Governor with a plan – a method of operation. Within one year, the Commission will make recommendations as to how state government could operate more efficiently. Governor Blunt insists this is not a duplication of services already provided by the State Auditor, who looks for waste. This, he claims, is wide-ranging with a reorganization of government at stake. He adds no area of state government is off limits. Two businessmen have been named Co-Chairs of the commission: Warren Erdman of Kansas City, a former Chief of Staff to Senator Bond; and Stephen Bradford of Cape Girardeau, who has served under five Governors in a number of positions.