RecognitionBob Baker Fleet Manager of the Year Recognition
The winners of this year's Bob Baker Fleet Manager of the Year Recognition will be announced and recognized at The FedForum. This recognition is designed to recognize and honor individuals who have demonstrated exceptional skills and abilities in the Federal motor vehicle fleet management profession. The recognition is named in honor of Mr. Bob Baker, a founding member of FedFleet as well as a long time fleet manager for the Navy. There are four recognition categories: small fleet and large fleet for civilian agencies and small fleet and large fleet for military fleets. This year, the nomination period is November 1 to January 31, 2013.

Instructions for nominating your fleet managers are at:
Questions can be directed to Jacquie C. Perry at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 202-501-3347.

Real Property Innovation Recognition
GSA's Office of Government-wide Policy will present Achievement Recognition for Real Property at The FedForum.  The recognition will recognize outstanding achievement in three main categories -- Asset Management, Sustainability, and Workplace Innovation.  Additional recognition to commend special achievement and to spotlight honorable mention will also be presented.  Please check here for additional information regarding the nomination process for these recognitions.  You may also contact: Patrice Walker at 202.208.7639 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Personal Property Recognition

Gold Star Award for Excellence
The GSA Gold Star Award is presented annually to recognize a federal agency's innovative implementation of Executive Order 12999.  GSA's goal in presenting this award is to publicly recognize and draw attention to the federal government's commitment to improving access to computer technology in American education.

Agencies are encouraged to share their Computers for Learning innovative, cost-effective, or streamlined practices or policies that have improved access to computer technology in America's classrooms.  These may include practices that protect educationally useful federal equipment for transfer to schools and educational nonprofit organizations, lead to the efficient transfer of educationally useful federal equipment to schools and nonprofit organizations, assist in teachers' professional development and/or help connect America's classrooms to the World Wide Web.

Miles Romney Achievement Award
The Miles Romney Achievement Award is presented annually for Innovation in Personal Property Management.  It was instituted in 1998 by the Office of Government-wide Policy, Office of Transportation and Personal Property.  This award will recognized innovative personal property management practices, new property management practices that maximize the reuse of government assets and Improvements to current property disposition processes.

Agencies participation is vital to the success of the Computers for Learning program and its goal of managing federal personal property in the most effective and efficient manner.  GSA looks forward to receiving agency entries.

For information on Gold Star and Miles Romney Awards visit our web page For additional information contact Pat Elliott-Ferebee at 202-219-3561 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Transportation Recognition
Transportation awards will be presented at FedForum 2014

Aviation Recognition
More information coming soon.