GS may stand for:

In science and technology:

  • .gs, the Internet country code top-level domain of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
  • Gs, the abbreviated expression for measuring g-force
  • GS, a group separator character in the C0 control code set
  • GS register in X86 computer architecture
  • Roland GS, an extension of General MIDI electronic musical instruments' specification by Roland Corporation
  • Glide slope, part of the instrument landing system
  • Ground Speed, the speed of an aircraft relative to the ground
  • Genome Sequencer, a scientific instrument made by 454 Life Sciences
  • Geprüfte Sicherheit, a safety mark appearing on electrical equipment
  • Ghostscript, a free software suite for handling PostScript and Portable Document Format (PDF) files

In entertainment:

  • Giant Slalom skiing, an alpine skiing discipline often abbreviated GS
  • Pokémon Gold and Silver, the second installments of the Pokémon series of role-playing video games

In organizations:

  • GS (Swedish union), a trade union in Sweden
  • GS Group, a Korean company that is a spin-off from the LG Group
  • Goldman Sachs, one of the world's largest global investment banks
  • CDM Gold Standard, a Swiss-based non-profit organization that provides additional brand value to Carbon Credits

In automotives:

  • BMW GS, a series of dual purpose off-road/on-road BMW motorcycles
  • Lexus GS, an executive performance saloon manufactured by TMC division Lexus
  • Buick Gran Sport, a high-performance option package available on a number of Buick models
  • Citroën GS, a model of car produced by French automobile manufacturer Citroën
  • Suzuki GS series, a line of motorcycles
  • Chevrolet_Corvette_(C6)#Grand_Sport, a Chevrolet Corvette trim.
  • Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport, a Bugatti Veyron trim.

In other:

  • GS, the ISO country code of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
  • Gs alpha subunit, a subtype of G-protein coupled receptors
  • Gilbert's syndrome, a liver enzyme disorder which can cause elevated levels of serum bilirubin
  • General Schedule, a prefix designating a pay grade in the United States civil service