Miles Romney Achievement Award
The Miles Romney Achievement Award for Innovation in Personal Property Management was instituted in 1998 by the Office of Governmentwide Policy, Office of Transportation and Personal Property.
- Innovative personal property management practices
- New property management practices that maximize the reuse of government assets
- Improvements to current property disposition processes
The award is dedicated to Miles Quinton Romney, a public servant who dedicated his life and service to improve federal property management. Miles served on the Committee on Government Operations in the U.S. House of Representatives. He served 41 years with the Committee setting a record on Capitol Hill for years served by a staff member. He was widely recognized for his work with the General Services Administration in property management. He was instrumental in drafting the 1949 Property Act, which is the foundation for property management.