Governments across the globe are continually working to improve infrastructure for their people. Today, the precise and accurate understanding of the factors that significantly affect public sector employees is one of the utmost crucial challenges for the adoption of e-government services in Pakistan. Without adequate knowledge of these factors, the level of welcome to new services or technology would not be predictable. The study targets employees in the public sector who provide e-government services in Pakistan. On a theoretical basis, Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) examined the effect of ease of use on attitudes, perceived usefulness, and trust and its effect on the public sector employees intent to adopt an e-government system. This research aimed to identify the factors that influence the adoption of e-government services by public sector employees in Pakistan. Data for this survey can be obtained from public sector employees in Pakistan. The results of this study are projected to show that the proposed framework is useful in evaluating the adoption of the e-government system in public sector employees and that the expanding new factor, trust, and attitude in this model are of essential importance.