Ergonomic Office Seating

GSA has competitively awarded a contract for a complete line of fully ergonomic office chairs that include the following types of office seating:

  • High back task chairs with head rests;
  • Mid back task chairs;
  • Mid back task chairs with fixed arms (for conference room applications);
  • Intensive use 24/7 Task Chairs;
  • Mid Back rotary/drafting stools;
  • Nesting/Stacking chairs with casters;
  • Coordinating guest chairs

Chairs are compatible in design and can be used together in offices and conference rooms. Chairs are offered with a mesh or upholstered back, upholstered waterfall design seat and feature pneumatic height adjustments, adjustable lumbar support, seat slider, synchro-tilt and either fixed or height adjustable arms with urethane padded arms rests. Seating comes standard with dual hard wheels for use on carpeted floors.   

Review the National Stock Number (NSN) Ergonomic Seating Brochure below for a complete description of the features, and a listing of the stock numbers for the available colors, as well as information on how to submit and pay for your order.  Download the Ergonomic Seat Adjustment Guide [PDF, 325KB] to view the proper adjustments for chairs.

Because properly adjusting an ergonomic chair for different tasks, workspaces and individual preferences is critical to meet user safety, comfort and productivity needs, each chair comes with adjustment guidelines.

Download the NSN Ergonomic Seating Brochure [PDF, 752KB]

Chairs under the National Stock Number program can be ordered through GSA in various quantities without seeking further competition because GSA has already conducted a competitive procurement that satisfies all Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) requirements, including environmental initiatives, trade agreement policies, socioeconomic goals, AbilityOne mandates, and executive orders . 

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If you have additional questions, contact our National Customer Service Center at 1(800) 488-3111 or







Last Reviewed 2015-06-23