This study aims at identifying the critical governance issues of e-government procurement auction. A survey approach was conducted with Thai government officers who are involved in e-government procurement. Data is collected from at least two respondents from purchasing personnel. At least one of the respondents is in a managerial position. The results show that there are five concerns that have major roles in e-government procurement governance: strict procurement process, public officer, political official, vendor, and policy and regulation requirements. E-government procurement adoption indicates the moderate level of good governance in terms of procurement effectiveness, lower collusion among vendor, transparency, and law enforcement.