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ISSCInternational Ship Security Certificate
ISSCIndustrial Solid State Controls (various companies)
ISSCIbm Solution and Service Centre
ISSCIntegrated Systems Solutions Corp.
ISSCInterstate Shellfish Sanitation Conference
ISSCInstitute for the Study of Social Change (San Francisco, CA)
ISSCInternational Subcommision on Stratigraphic Classification
ISSCInternational Six Sigma Council (business methodology)
ISSCInformation Security Steering Committee (various organizations)
ISSCInternational Social Sciences Council
ISSCIntegrated Systems Solutions Corporation
ISSCInformation Systems Steering Committee
ISSCInformation Systems Sub-Committee
ISSCInformation Systems Security Certificate
ISSCInternational Seismic Safety Centre (International Atomic Energy Agency)
ISSCInformation Systems Software Center
ISSCInformation Systems Support Center
ISSCImposto Sobre Serviços de Comunicações (Portuguese: Communications Services Tax; Brazil)
ISSCInternational SKA (Square Kilometre Array) Steering Committee (est. 2000)
ISSCInterdisciplinary School of Scientific Computing (University of Pune, India)
ISSCIvy Singles Social Club
ISSCInternational Snow Sculpture Championships (Breckenridge, CO)
ISSCInternational School for Scientific Computing (South Africa)
ISSCIn-Service Support Contract (Canada)
ISSCIntegrated System Support Concept
ISSCInformation Software Support Center
ISSCInformation Service Support Center
ISSCIndian Springs Swim Club (Richland, WA)
ISSCIndustrial Security Specialist Course
ISSCIndian Standard Special Channel (steel construction)
ISSCIntegrated System Support Center
ISSCIn-Service Support Center
ISSCInterservice Supply Support Committee/Coordinator
ISSCInternational Softswitch Consortium
ISSCInformation Systems Security Center
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Although the FDA has never formally acted on this proposal, this year the agency asked the Interstate Shellfish Sanitation Conference to require that Gulf Coast states restrict marketing of oysters harvested between April and October.
To reduce the risks of acquiring diseases caused by consumption of contaminated oysters, the United States Food and Drug Administration and the Interstate Shellfish Sanitation Conference (ISSC) formed the National Shellfish Sanitation Program (NSSP) that developed criteria for the protection of shellfish harvesting waters (ISSC et al.
FDA, NSSP, and the Interstate Shellfish Sanitation Conference have developed guidelines to protect consumers by controlling the harvesting, handling, and processing of shellfish products (6).
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