The company has also received the designation of FedRAMP Authorised from the Federal Risk and Authorisation Management Program (FedRAMP). This achievement marks a significant milestone in the company's commitment to designing, installing, and operating networked level 2 and level 3 EV charging infrastructure for government agencies and fleets across the United States.

"Chargie's relentless focus on data security and reliability for our EV charging infrastructure sets us apart," said Scot Hester, senior vice president of service operations at Chargie. "The thorough review of our systems conducted to obtain this approval confirms our ability to meet the comprehensive standards outlined by the federal government and serve customers that require high levels of security."

FedRAMP enables the federal government to accelerate the adoption of cloud computing by creating transparent standards and processes for security authorisations and allowing agencies to leverage security authorisations on a government-wide scale.

As part of the authorisation process, Chargie completed a rigorous evaluation with a FedRAMP-accredited third-party assessment organisation, which included in-depth reviews of the solution's data security and internal control processes. Post-authorisation, Chargie will undergo continuous monitoring procedures, which include annual assessments, security training, and incident reporting.

In 2021, an Executive Order called for all federal vehicle acquisitions to be zero-emission by 2035. This transition includes 100% zero-emission light-duty acquisitions starting in 2027. The ability for agencies to partner with an authorised EV charging infrastructure provider is key to achieving these goals quickly and securely.

Chargie was awarded a Blanket Purchase Agreement in 2022 from the GSA, which provides agencies with a streamlined procurement process for EV charging solutions.