The Complete Guide to GSA Office Furniture
The General Services Administration (GSA) schedule program was created to streamline the process of buying goods for federal organizations. Companies that hold a GSA schedule contract are carefully screened by trained members of the GSA to ensure that commercial sales to government facilities are up to the standards set forth by the organization. Furniture listed under National Business Furniture’s GSA schedule includes predetermined pricing, terms and conditions that have been negotiated between NBF and the GSA. Federal buyers (and, in some cases, state and local government buyers) can then use that GSA schedule to purchase furniture and décor from NBF. The buying process for these items is thus simplified because the GSA has already completed the bulk of the procurement process on behalf of government buyers across the country.
Standing Height Solutions for Government Employees
When it comes to office furniture for government employees, there’s one trend that seems to be growing more and more every year—the need for standing furniture solutions. Alternating between sitting and standing has been proven time and time again to increase blood flow, leading to healthier, happier and more productive employees. It’s no wonder government offices are hopping on board the standing height bandwagon, as the benefits of this type of furniture have proven themselves to be quite noteworthy. If your government office has already made the decision to equip the space with standing height solutions, then this list of our best-selling GSA approved standing desks is for you.
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Rusty Jenkins used contemporary elements like frosted glass panels to divide an open space into distinct work areas. Cubicle areas include custom storage modules and benching pieces that include platinum finished air flow panels. Unique partition wall fabrics enhance the high-tech, modern space.