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ISC

(1) (Internet Systems Consortium, Redwood City, CA www.isc.org) An organization founded by Paul Vixie, Carl Malamud and Rick Adams in 1994 and later sponsored by UUNET and other Internet companies. ISC is devoted to supporting and disseminating key Internet protocols, such as BIND, DHCP, OpenReg and INN, and its reference implementations are used by major ISPs.

(2) (ISC)2 (International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, Dunedin, FL, London and Hong Kong, www.isc2.org) Originators of the CISSP and SSCP certifications for security professionals. See CISSP and SSCP.

(3) (International Softswitch Consortium, San Ramon, CA) See IPCC.
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In the case of an ISC formed for the purpose of "e-tailing" tangible personal property, the preferred form of operation is a buy/sell entity.
If the ISC is formed on a commission basis, under which it receives a commission on sales received through its Website, the related supplier would likely be considered the retailer in the destination state.
The ISC should purchase inventory (if a buy/sell) at a reasonable "cost plus" markup, but should also charge the related supplier a reasonable amount for marketing, selling and other general and administrative expenses.
This discussion highlights some of the issues involved in creating, operating and maintaining an ISC for the purpose of facilitating and making sales through and by way of the Internet.
We are truly excited about becoming one of NTP Software's channel partners," said Will Todd, Storage Divisional Manager at ISC Networks Ltd.
Through our relationship with ISC Networks Ltd we will be able to strengthen our ability to meet our customers increasing demands for ILM solutions" stated Claus Schroeder Vice President of Worldwide Channel Sales, NTP Software.
Established in 1984, ISC is one of the UK's largest IT Solution Providers.