GSA announces new EV charging product achieves FedRAMP authorization

WASHINGTON — Today, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) announced that a new electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) product, provided by Atom Power, has achieved FedRAMP authorization. This assures federal agency partners that Atom Power’s EV charging infrastructure platform has had its security capabilities reviewed and assessed through the FedRAMP process.

GSA announced the first two EVSE FedRAMP authorizations earlier this year (Chargie and ChargePoint) and the agency is working to authorize more EVSE products over the next year. 

“It’s great to see another example of the EVSE industry responding to the growing federal demand for EV charging stations,” said Administrator Robin Carnahan. “We look forward to helping more American businesses to grow and thrive in the federal marketplace by supporting the sustainability of the federal footprint.” 

The FedRAMP authorization comes after GSA announced a $25 million Inflation Reduction Act investment in EV charging ports earlier this week at federal buildings across the nation as part of President Biden’s Investing in America agenda. This investment supports 32 projects across 21 states at 33 federal buildings for a total of 782 ports to help build a convenient and reliable EV charging network for the federal government’s electric vehicle fleet.

GSA is responsible for establishing governmentwide vehicle contracts and leasing half of the non-postal federal fleet, while the other half is ordered from GSA – including a growing number of electric vehicles. In FY 2023, GSA ordered over 5,800 zero-emission vehicles - an increase of 63% from FY 2022. In the first quarter of FY2024, GSA ordered 4,000 more ZEVs – accounting for 20% of all orders and almost 30% of all light-duty vehicle orders. These orders will help meet the federal government’s goal of 100% zero-emission vehicle acquisitions by 2035, including 100% of light-duty acquisitions by 2027.

GSA Administrator Robin Carnahan made the announcement at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Exchange 2024.

For more information on GSA fleet management, please visit GSA’s Fleet web page. For more information on electrifying your fleet, please visit GSA’s Electrify the Fleet web page.


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