About SAMSI SAMSI is a nonprofit organization comprised of the three major universities in Research Triangle region, the National Institute of Statistical Sciences in collaboration with the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the William Kenan Jr.
What does NISS stand for?
NISS stands for National Institute of Statistical Sciences
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We have 28 other meanings of NISS in our Acronym Attic
- Northern Illinois Street Rod Association (Elgin, IL, USA)
- Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency
- Northern Ireland Semiconductor Research Centre (Queen's University; Belfast, Ireland, UK)
- Nagoya Industrial Science Research Institute (Nagoya, Japan)
- Naval Investigative Service Office
- National Independent Statistical Service
- National Industrial Security System (Department of Defense)
- National Information Services and Systems (UK)
- National Institute for Strategic Studies (various locations)
- National Institute of Space Sciences
- National ITV Satellite Schedule
- Network and Information Security Services
- New ICMI Study Series (International Commission on Mathematical Instruction)
- Node-Inclusive Span Survivability
- Nonimmigrant Information System
- NSG (Nuclear Suppliers Group) Information Sharing System
- Nuclear Information Suppliers System
- Numéro d'Identification Sécurité Sociale (Belgian Social Security Identification Number)
- National Independent Special Schools Association (Australia)
- Northern Ireland Social Security Agency (Department for Social Development; Northern Ireland, UK)
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National Institute of Statistical Sciences and the Education Statistics Services Institute In October 2003, NCES asked the National Institute of Statistical Sciences (NISS) and the Education Statistics Services Institute (ESSI) to convene a task force of measurement and policy experts to examine current high school graduation, completion, and dropout indicators and recommend improvements in the measures.
It has also included serving on the governing boards of numerous agencies such the Research Libraries Group, the Council on Library and Information Resources, the National Institute of Statistical Sciences, and the National Humanities Center.