The purpose of the American Commission on Organization and Administrative Systems is to provide technical support to the CISS in the organization and administration of Social Security.
The Inter-American Conference on Social Security (CISS) is an international organization that was formally created in 1942. In its 79+ years of existence, it has worked on Social Security and Welfare in the Americas.
Pursuant to its Bylaws, the Conference consists of foundational bodies, such as: a) the General Assembly; b) the Standing Committee; c) the General Secretariat; d) the American Commissions on Social Security (CASS); e) the Inter-American Center on Social Security Studies (CIESS); f) the Controller’s Office; and g) the Sub-Regions.
CASS are bodies specialized in relevant topics of interest to the Americas and the Caribbean, discussing relevant matters that are cross-sectional with Social Security. CASS are the technical support bodies coordinated by CISS as to meet its goals and targets. CISS currently has six commissions
WORDS FROM MASTER DAVID A. MATTHIAS
Chairman of the American Commission on Organization and Administrative Systems (CAOSA)
INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON SOCIAL SECURITY’S AUTHORITY FIGURES
Zoé Alejandro Robledo Aburto
Alvaro Velarca Hernández
Daisy Corrales Díaz
AMERICAN COMMISSION ON ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS BOARD OF DIRECTORS
David A. Matthias
(Social Security Board de
Antigua y Barbuda)
José Ángel Castro Granado
(Costa Rican Social Security Fund)
(Social Security Board
British Virgin Island)
Claudia Vázquez Espinoza
(Mexican Institute of Social Security, IMSS)
Mario Galvão de Sousa Soria
(Ministry of Economy – Special Secretariat of Social Security and Labor – Social Security Secretariat, Brazil)
Alejandra Fernández Vélez
(Social Security and Services Institute for Government Employees, ISSSTE, Mexico)