Business-IT alignment (BITA) is expected to become a key role in a company's success in the modern era. Involvement of national, regional, and organizational culture in BITA has attracted many researchers recently since culture is a part of business process. The purpose of this paper is to study the involvement of Organizational Culture (OC) in BITA for a government institution in a developing country. This research is based on BITA-OC Integrated View (BITA-OCIV) developed by El-Mekawy et.al. which analyzed the most influencing criteria in BITA. BITA-OCIV is based on Strategic Alignment Model (SAM) developed by Luftman (for describing the level of maturity of BITA) and Organizational Culture Assessment Instrument (OCAI) developed by Cameron & Quinn (to classify the type of culture). The extent of BITA-OCIV at attributes level will be discussed. Several Luftman's SAM's attributes which are potential influence for each organization culture type are evaluated in order to find which attributes will contribute significantly in increasing an organization performance. We found that the criteria and attributes SAMM are influenced by the types of organizational culture. This preliminary research indicates that this type of organization (private or government or others) and the location of the organization (developed countries or developing countries or other) will obtain different results.