Information Communication Technology (ICTs) has brought communication and access to information to the lives of many people. People are forming new social networks, sharing and learning together across geographical boundaries. Employee e- training is one of the innovative areas affected by the advent of ICT. The skills development of employees can now be perform online instead of attending a traditional classroom environment. Electronic training (e-training) has been employed in both developed and developing countries, while there is a paucity of literature on e-training adoption with several conclusions such as geographical, cultural and gender factors as motivation for adoption. The current study seeks to investigate the role of government support in e-training adoption by municipality employees. The study follows a regression based analytics approach to analyses data. The result shows that perceived government support is closely associated with e-training adoption by municipality employees.