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The ISS is the International Space Station.
ISS may also refer to:
- ISS A/S, a Danish service company
- ISS Hockey (International Scouting Services), ice hockey scouting service
- Idea Star Singer, a Malayalam music reality show by Asianet TV
- Idiopathic short stature, an unexplained short stature
- Independent Subway System, a former rapid transit rail system in New York City, US
- Information Systems & Services
- Injury Severity Score
- Institute for Science and Society, an academic department at the University of Nottingham, England
- Institute for Security Studies, Pretoria, South Africa studying crime, corruption, and conflict in Africa
- In-school suspension, a form of discipline used in some schools.
- Institute of Social Studies, an international institute in The Hague, the Netherlands
- Institute of Strategic Studies, a regional think tank in Pakistan
- Instruction set simulator, a computer program that simulates a processor
- Intercollegiate Socialist Society (1905–1921), an American political youth organization
- Internal Security Service, national security intelligence agency of Oman
- International Seismological Summary, an earthquake catalog
- International Social Services, a charitable, non-governmental organisation
- International Superstar Soccer, a video game series
- Integrated Sortation System, the primary sortation method developed by FedEx Ground
- Internet Security Systems, a security software vendor
- Ion scattering spectroscopy or low-energy ion scattering, a materials analysis method
- Imperial Star Ship, a fictional spaceship designation prefix
- International Staging System, for the severity of multiple myeloma
- Imaging Science Subsystem, Cassini–Huygens space probe instruments
- ISS International School, an international school in Singapore
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