GSA now offers privacy and divided space furniture NSNs

GSA Global Supply has launched a line of Privacy Furniture National Stock Numbers (NSNS) meant for offices and other work environments where divided space and privacy are essential. The new line of privacy furniture is the latest addition to GSA’s expansive line of furniture NSNs that also includes office furniture, dorm furniture, healthcare furniture, and more.

National Stock Numbers (NSNs) are 13-digit numbers assigned to products that are available for quick ordering through GSA Global Supply. GSA Global Supply offers approximately 800,000 office supplies and tools via this requisition based ordering process. To pay, you use a purchase card or arrange direct billing using an Activity Address Code (AAC/DoDAAC). No contract is needed.

Click this handy AAC locator to locate your AAC. To locate your DoDAAC, email GSA at Ordering options include our convenient online ordering site.

Mobile privacy screens and Sit-Stand workstations with plexiglass.
Mobile privacy screens and Sit-Stand workstations with plexiglass.

Mobile privacy screens
These screens are available in clear and frosted glass in a variety of sizes. Modify your space quickly and easily with screens that can serve multiple purposes. All screens include locking casters. Frames are constructed with aluminum. Select from eight available size/glass options.

Sit-Stand workstations with plexiglass
With one NSN, you can order a complete workstation that provides comfort and flexibility. Select from four available model/options.

  • Accessories and seating included.
  • Choose a black upholstered or mesh back ergonomic chair; no additional cost.
  • Options include cherry or maple laminate top, 60 by 30 inches.
  • Each workstation includes clear plexiglass screens on back and sides.
  • Adjustable height unit features electric 25 to 50 inch height adjustable table with four position memory controller.

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Last Reviewed: 2021-01-12