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According to the times of economic confusion, this leads most organizations to implement IT and advanced technologies to support their businesses by concerning them as the building blocks of organizational development and competitiveness to achieve competitive advantage. In this way, the roles of information systems (IS) and information technology (IT) are more focused attentively. On the other hand, the IT resource allocation is limited, which most organizations expect to save IT budgets with low IT investment. The point of this study is to focus on IT development with bricolage by using and renovating existing IT systems and applications, which turn out to become resourceful solutions. However, bricolage must be investigated closely by responsible people to ensure that they are aligned with business-IT strategies. In this case, the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) is the main facilitator to measure the acceptance of bricolage. Pointedly, this paper examines how stakeholders and top management build a long-term vision in the use of bricolage, which is considered as IT development tools to deliver business value-added and meet IT budgets with its requirements by using TAM to examine the alignment between bricolage and IT governance and its domains.