The accelerated growth of the world’s population is associated with the inevitable growth of the urban environment. This growth in population living in cities makes it necessary to develop measures that allow a growth in efficiency in urban management, with the goal of providing urban population with quality water, energy, education, sanitation, transportation and other basic needs. Therefore, it’s necessary to rethink current forms of managing these places. That is why managers and policymakers need quality and timely information and frameworks that can measure the impact of a specific policy established. The objective of this paper is to review previous studies about “Smart Cities” and the existing frameworks and standards currently in use, and identify it’s gaps, under the scope of the Sustainable Development Goals established by the UN in 2015. The results found include the main gaps in 6 important smart cities evaluation standards