If you want to change things, start with the agency execs, your legislators or the governor, probably in that order.
I'm glad you mentioned that because that is close to exactly what I do, minus the governor because he flat out doesn't know and really doesn't care about such a niche agency as WDFW. When I identify a problem at WDFW I bring my case to the WDFW Commission, the Director, and when appropriate, certain state legislators. Knowing as I do, that it's commonplace to have constituents complain, along with my complaint I always bring a logical, viable, and well thought out solution. Most of the time they ignore my excellent suggestions because well thought out solutions tend to fall outside the bounds of the status quo. And if you know government and know bureaucracy, then you know they are addicted like crack addicts to not changing. Change requires making a decision. A decision might upset an influential constituent, so a decision is the primary method by which a bureaucrat can find him or herself in trouble. The very best way to avoid trouble if you're in government, is to avoid making any decisions at nearly all costs.