PBS’s Role in Planning and Installing Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
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GSA’s Public Buildings Service (PBS) plays a key role in supporting the electrification of the federal fleet. To that end, we are establishing a process for federal entities to acquire and install electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and associated infrastructure.
Recent executive actions call for the government to achieve 100% zero-emission vehicle acquisitions by 2035, including 100% zero-emission light-duty vehicle acquisitions by 2027.
Order with IDIQs
GSA is setting up governmentwide design/build Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts to meet your federal agency's EVSE design and installation needs. We use IDIQs when we are not sure of the precise amounts of supplies or services that will be needed. IDIQs streamline the contracting process and speed up project delivery.
When this IDIQ is combined with the Federal Acquisition Service's Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) for EVSE and ancillary services (contract award anticipated Spring 2022), you get a set of solutions that delivers on multiple fronts.
EVSE options work together
|EVSE Supply BPA
|Shared Services and Resources
|EVSE Design/Build IDIQ for Infrastructure
|Award anticipated Spring 2022
|Award anticipated Summer 2022
Customers using GSA’s Electric Vehicle Infrastructure program receive the following benefits:
- A full range of EVSE and services
- Clear, consistent and easily navigable process
- Streamlined acquisition process for customers
- Assisted and self-service options
- Vendor-agnostic open protocols
- Compliant with federal IT security requirements
- Nationwide support in both GSA-controlled and non-GSA-controlled space.
Learn more about our zero-emission vehicle options for the federal fleet. Learn more about our EVSE options for the federal fleet.
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