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Membership Information
Leader(s): Diego Devlin (former OSS director)
Danger D. Amo (former OSS director)
Ms. Manju (secretary)
Dwayne Wisenhammer (general)
Notable members: Gregorio Cortez (agent)
Ingrid Cortez (agent)
Carmen Cortez (agent, former Spy Kid, current Spy Kids Division director)
Juni Cortez (agent, former Spy Kid, current Spy Kids Division director)
Donnagon Giggles (technical expert, former OSS director)
Francesca Giggles (technical expert)
Gary Giggles (agent, former Spy Kid)
Gerti Giggles (agent, former Spy Kid)
Valentin Avellan (retired agent)
Helga Avellan (retired agent)
Isador "Machete" Cortez (inventor)
Felix Gumm (scientist)
Marissa Wilson (agent)
Ms. Gradenko (former agent, presumably)
Rebecca Wilson (agent, Spy Kid)
Cecil Wilson (agent, Spy Kid)
Organization Information
Types of organizations: Top-secret government agency
Time of formation: Unknown (prior to or during 1936)
Buildings: OSS Building
Factions: Spy Kids Division
Alternate names: Office of Strategic Services (Spy Kids Adventures)
Alignment: Good
Status: Active
Associations and equipment
Allies: Fegan Floop
Alexander Minion
Dr. Romero
President of the United States
Enemies: Fegan Floop (formerly)
Alexander Minion (formerly)
Ms. Gradenko
Mr. Lisp
Magna Men
Toymaker (formerly)
Behind the Scenes
First Appearance: Spy Kids
Last Appearance: Spy Kids: All the Time in the World

The OSS (Organization of Super Spies) is an American based international espionage and defense agency run by spies that counteracts the ambitions of enemies around the world. They run a Spy Kids Division that would operate younger agents on missions in the field.



Spy Kids[]

Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams[]

Spy Kids 3: Game Over[]

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World[]

At some point, seven years before the events of All the Time in the World, the OSS shut down the Spy Kids Divison due to budget cuts. However, Juni and Carmen Cortez reopened it and became the heads of the new Spy Kids Program.


  • The OSS Headquarters in Spy Kids 2 and 3 was filmed at the Henry B. González Convention Centre in San Antonio, Texas.
  • The name, OSS, is a reference to the American intelligence agency that preceded the CIA during World War II, the OSS (Office of Strategic Services).
    • Additionally, in the Spy Kids Adventures books, the OSS is called by its realistic name, Office of Strategic Services.