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IMSSInstituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (Spanish: Mexican Social Security Institute)
IMSSIstituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza (Italian)
IMSSInterScan Messaging Security Suite
IMSSInternational Museum of Surgical Science
IMSSInternational Mass Spectrometry Society
IMSSInternet and Management Support for Storage
IMSSInstitute of Materials Structure Science (Japan)
IMSSImmigrant and Multicultural Services Society (Prince George, British Columbia, Canada)
IMSSIndependence Marketing Systems and Solutions (software)
IMSSIrish Mass Spectrometry Society
IMSSInformation Management Systems & Services
IMSSInternational Macrobiotic Shiatsu Society
IMSSInternational Medical Support Services
IMSSImage Management Systems and Support Corporation
IMSSInternational Maritime Service & Survey Ltd. (various locations)
IMSSIntermountain States Seminar
IMSSInstitut Municipal de Serveis Socials (French)
IMSSImporta Madres Su Salud (México)
IMSSInter-Movement Support System
IMSSIntegrated Mission Support System
IMSSInformation Management and Security Staff (US Department of Justice)
IMSSInternet Multimedia Sprachensystem (German)
IMSSInternational Math and Science Study
IMSSIntegrated Management Safety Standards
IMSSImproved Modular Sleeping System (US Army)
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Under the current system, IMSS employees can retire after 27 years of service if they are female or after 28 years if male.
On average, IMSS workers retire at age 53 - 12 years earlier than most private sector workers.
It is an inventive stratagem for helping to erase the stereotypical image of the "Ugly American" from the minds of the IMSs. That is to say, the IMET program, while it is indeed beneficial to its recipients, is rooted in enlightened self-interest.
It some ways, the experience of American Peace Corps volunteers is analogous to that of IMSs attending professional military education under the auspices of the IMET program.
IMSS director Santiago Levy said the IMSS has sufficient funds to continue operating for the foreseeable future, but he cited the need for the institute to adopt "strict" measures to prevent an eventual collapse.
The Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores del Seguro Social (SNTSS), the union that represents IMSS workers, warns that the institute may not be able to cover the pensions of 210,000 additional workers who will be eligible to retire by 2010 if funding remains tight.
The national health care system is under the Ministry of Health (IMSS) and the Institutes of Social Security (ISSSTE).