Low-level citizen adoption of eGovernment services is a common problem in both developed and developing countries. The problem of eGovernment adoption is complex and multi-dimensional in nature. Yet,very little research has been conducted to understand the factors that determine citizen adoption of these services, especially in developing countries. To fill up this gap in the literature, this study examines factors influencing citizen adoption of eGovernment services in developingcountries. We achieve this objective through conducting an in depth case study in the Ministry of Information and Communication Technologies (MoICT) and the National Information Technology Centre(NITC) - Jordan. We contend that several social, cultural, and technological influences could bridge the gap toward a better understanding of citizen adoption of eGovernment services.