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CCS may refer to:
- Calculus of communicating systems, a process algebra (concurrency theory)
- Coded Character Set, a function from a subset of non-negative integers to characters.
- Code Composer Studio, an integrated development environment for embedded systems by Texas Instruments
- Common-channel signaling, a type of communication signaling
- Call Control Server, a server between terminals in telecommunications
- Custom Computer Services, a C compiler
- Carbon capture and storage, the process of capturing CO2 usually at source, and storing it, usually in geologic formations.
- Capsanthin/capsorubin synthase, an enzyme
- Chinese Chemical Society (Taipei), a scholarly organization
- Chinese Chemical Society (Beijing), a scholarly organization
- Critical community size, parameter used in vaccination and eradication campaigns
- Callahan's Crosstime Saloon, a series of novels and vignettes by author Spider Robinson.
- Cardcaptor Sakura, a magical girl manga and anime series created by Clamp.
- Collective Consciousness Society, a British popular music group led by blues guitarist Alexis Korner, more often known by its initials CCS.
- Common Core State Standards Initiative (Common Core) - The latest set of curricula created for the United States to be implemented as national educational standards.
- College of Creative Studies, Santa Barbara, California
- College for Creative Studies, Detroit, Michigan
- Caroline Chisholm School, England
- Cowbridge Comprehensive School, Wales
- Calvary Christian School
- Cornway College a private, co-educational, day and boarding school in Zimbabwe
- Coventry Christian Schools
- Community Christian School (disambiguation)
- Casino Christian School, Casino, New South Wales
- Cases Computer Simulations, video game company specializing in strategy and war games
- Community Combat System, a "meter" used to allow Second Life roleplay to behave more like traditional MMO and video games.
- Candy Crush Saga, a video game that was released on April 12, 2012 for Facebook, and then released on November 14, 2012 for smartphones
- Cellular confinement systems (geocells), a honeycombed geosythethetic matrix filled with granular material used for soil confinement, stabilization and reinforcement.
- Cabinet Committee on Security, a committee of Cabinet of India which decides on important issues such as India's defence expenditure and matters of National Security.
- Centre de Coordination et Surêté, Government of Québéc
- Canadian Cardiovascular Society
- Ceylon Civil Service
- China Communications Services
- China Classification Society
- Clece Care Services Limited, Domiciliary Care Services provider in the United Kingdom, Nationwide
- Circuit City Stores, US and Puerto Rico
- Combined Chiefs of Staff, supreme military command for the western Allies during World War II
- Communist Corresponding Society, a Marxist discussion and policy-development group
- Comparative Cognition Society, a scientific society for the study of animal cognition and comparative psychology
- Computer Conservation Society
- Consumers Cooperative Services, a network of New York City consumer cooperatives founded in the 1920s
- Crippled Children Society, known as CCS Disability Action, a New Zealand advocacy organisation founded in 1935 by Alexander Gillies
- Crown Commercial Service, an executive agency and trading fund of the Cabinet Office of the UK Government
- Simón Bolívar International Airport in Caracas, Venezuela - IATA airport code
- Canadian Cue Sport Association
- CC Sabathia, baseball player
- Cardiff City Stadium, Home of Cardiff City FC
- Central Coast Section part of the California Interscholastic Federation
- Championship Cup Series, motorcycle road racing sanctioning body
- Capital City Service, football hooligan gang attached to Hibernian FC
- Combined Charging System - A plug standard for fast charging vehicles
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