Information technology can be an enabler to optimize open government initiatives and its relative advantage. Knowing the adoption factors of technology supporting initiatives is needed to drive a more comprehensive implementation of Open Government. Hence, this study aims to provide an integrative view of open government-related technology adoption factors. Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews (PRISMA) is combined with the review method proposed by Okoli and Schabram to explore past 5 years studies. Twenty articles were screened during the study selection process. This study identified 36 factors influencing the adoption of technology to support open government initiatives. The factors were categorized using technology, organization, and environmental (TOE) Framework and additional individual and managerial dimension. The findings of this study can be a guideline for further study to explore more empirical adoption cases in various government institution types or countries.