National Stock Numbers for Furniture

The National Stock Number (NSN) Program is a requisitioning solution under GSA Global Supply™. Requisition is a simple method for agencies to acquire products directly from GSA. Agencies submit a requisition/order to GSA for a simple government-to-government transfer that is quick, safe and compliant.

GSA has already conducted a competitive procurement, and complies with Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and other relevant regulations. Therefore, requisitions, regardless of size, satisfy all Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) requirements, including environmental initiatives, trade agreement policies, socioeconomic goals, AbilityOne mandates, and executive orders.

Customers place orders using a SmartPay® purchase card or arrange direct billing using their Activity Address Code (AAC/DoDAAC) or the equivalent. Product fulfillment, order status, billing support and comprehensive customer service for agencies using the requisition method is provided by GSA. Helpful ordering information.

On July 26, 2018, GSA hosted a webinar for federal furniture buyers. The 1-hour session was recorded and is available for you to watch. Visit the Office Management Hallway on the Acquisition Gateway for the recording. The webinar offers comprehensive instructions on how to order furniture NSNs through Global Supply. Additionally, you can download the webinar slides [PDF - 2 MB] and question & answer sheet [PDF - 128 KB].

The new 2019 GSA Global Supply Furniture E-Catalog has arrived. This e-catalog was created to make it easier for you to shop for Furniture NSNs offered under GSA Global Supply. The catalog provides a sample of the complete furniture offerings available GSA Global Supply.

The e-catalog supplements the complete product line brochures found below:

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In addition to the furniture lines, other furniture items with National Stock Numbers can be found in GSA Advantage!® using the Advanced Search feature for GSA Global Supply items.

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