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Learn how to work with the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation, including the Electric Vehicle Working Group, careers, and other opportunities.

Federal Advisory Committee Act Electric Vehicle Working Group

The Electric Vehicle Working Group (EVWG) was established on June 8, 2022, pursuant to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, enacted as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021 (Public Law 117-58). The EV Working Group operates in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA), as amended, 5 U.S.C. App.

The EVWG Charter and EVWG Membership Balance Plan provide details on the scope and membership of the EV Working Group.

The activities of the EVWG include:

  • Making recommendations regarding the development, adoption, and integration of light-, medium-, and heavy-duty electric vehicles into the transportation and energy systems of the United States
  • Coordinating and consulting with any existing federal interagency working groups on fleet conversion or other similar matters relating to electric vehicles
  • Reporting to the Secretaries of Energy and Transportation

View the full notice for solicitation of members.

The public nomination process for the EV Working Group closed on July 15, 2022. Contact for information about the EVWG.


  • U.S. Department of Transportation Environmental Protection Specialist

    Reference code: OST.DH-2022-0001

    The Department of Transportation is seeking Environmental Protection Specialists. You will serve as the technical expert concerning environmental programs, activities, and analyses, including: reviewing, managing, and making recommendations on the electric vehicle charging proposals for the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula and Grant Programs.

  • Joint Office Careers through Clean Energy Corps

    In the coming months, the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation will be hiring staff for positions in communications and stakeholder engagement; technical assistance and capacity building; guidance, standards, and requirements; and operations. Apply to the Clean Energy Corps to be considered for these positions. Please select "EV Charging" as an area of interest when you submit your application.

  • Electric Vehicles Charging Fellow

    Reference code: DOE-EERE-STP-JOET-2022

    We are looking for dynamic, innovative fellows for the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation, a new office funded under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to coordinate and leverage activities across the Department of Energy and Department of Transportation.