ASPAP Objectives

‘The Association is committed to the development and continued improvement and strengthening of the study, practice, instructions, and research of public administration, governance, government/ public sector management and its related fields in the Philippines.’

- Article II, Section 1, ASPAP By-Laws

  • Encourage cooperation and coordination among institutions offering Public Administration (PA) and its related degree programs;
  • Strengthen linkages with Schools of Public Administrations (SPAs) in the Asia Pacific Region;
  • Develop instruction and research for the advancement of PA as a profession;
  • Provide an atmosphere conducive to the upgrading of the quality of professional education of PA; and
  • Identify (and discuss common problems and key issues) avenues for research, public sector information and involvement on issues, problems in Philippine PA and governance.


  • Room 202 NCPAG Building,
  • E. Jacinto St., UP-Diliman
  • Quezon City, PH 1101
  • Tel: (632) 981.8500 loc 4151
  • Fax: (+632) 926-1432
  • email:


Officers and Board Members
14 January 2011, 07.45 Administrator About Us
President Eleazar E. Ricote Jose Rizal University Vice President for
14 January 2011, 04.17 Administrator WELCOME TO ASPAP
The Association of Schools of Public Administration in the Philippines, Incorporated (ASPAP) is a