Professor and Scientist III
National College of Public Administration and Governance  (NCPAG), UP Diliman

He is a Professor of Public Administration at the National College of Public Administration and Governance, and Scientist III in the University of the Philippines. He teaches courses in research methods, organizational studies and management, administration of social development, and citizenship and governance, management planning and control, voluntary sector management and the development of civil society, strategic planning and management in the voluntary sector, and management of information and knowledge for public administration among others. His specializations include active citizenship, e-governance, ICT policy, ICTs for development, organizational studies and management, systems analysis, and voluntary sector management.

He does extensive research on information and communication technologies for development, telecommunication policy and e-governance. In line with this, he has worked with various ICTD networks such as LirneAsia, Technology and Social Change (TASCHA)-University of Washington, Strengthening Information Society Research Capacity Alliance (SIRCA), OpenNet Initiative, etc. Some of the previous articles he has published include: Harmonizing e-Government initiatives in the Philippines: a collaborative institutional framework and Social Media and Citizen-engagement: Two Cases from the Philippines.

Prof. Alampay previously served as Director of the Center for Local and Regional Governance (CLRG) (2014-2019) and as the Director of the Center for Leadership, Citizenship and Democracy (CLCD) (2011-2013). He is currently a research fellow of the Sumitomo Foundation.