Center for Innovation Policy and Governance (CIPG) recently released a report about the dynamics of the data collected by the Community (citizen-generated data) in Jakarta and Jakarta's Smart City how the program contributes to the implementation of open data. A report with the title From Smart City to Open City: Lessons from Jakarta Jakarta defines the Smart City Smart City as an initiative that promotes Government openness through public service. Research conducted by the CIPG aims to: understand how the Smart City initiative is achieving the goals that are expected to Identify the aspects that fall into this initiative review the factor endowments, barrier and make a proposal for the sustainability of this initiative Dinita Andriani Princess, Maharani Karlina, Tanaya and Jimmy from the research team concluded that CIPG Jakarta Smart City to some extent managed to bring the community closer to the Government. Three canals that were examined, namely Qlue, Waze and @petajkt has encouraged the public to contribute in providing information about the condition of public services in Jakarta including traffic conditions and map flood. The commitment and Collaboration of the factors deemed to encourage success are: the provincial government's commitment was strengthened by the Governor's Regulation No. 181 by 2014 about the system and procedure for Data management and information Development collaboration with non governmental organizations including the private sector and research institutes the proximity of citizens with digital technology, thereby expanding access to the use of mobile phone-based canals From the Monitoring Mechanism to the Joint Planning Mechanism seen from the glasses open and the City Government are open (open city) New to Jakarta at the stage of building an integrated information platform. In discussion Smart City held CIPG on Thursday July 28, 2016, Glenn Mail Data from Open Labs States that currently, the Jakarta initiative Smart City is still limited as a mechanism of monitoring and need to be developed into initiatives that encourage joint development (co-create) where citizens are actively involved in the planning, implementation and management of the public service. Present in the discussion of such Technical Implementing Jakarta Head Smart City Setiaji, stating that the most important thing is not the technology in terms of its application, but it is on how the Government responds to incoming information. This entry is important not only for Jakarta but for various similar smart city initiative. The viewpoint of the citizens of the city of Jakarta has the highest internet penetration in Indonesia with 5.6 million inhabitants have access to the internet, and smart phones being the most commonly used gadget to access the internet. The existence of various mobile phone applications as Canal acceptance a complaint in accordance with this profile. In fact, one of the main findings of the research is that 70% of respondents did not know the existence of the Smart Jakarta City, although the respondent was the user one of the three previously mentioned canals (Qlue, Waze and @petajkt). Furthermore, the respondent stated that the use of the canals depending on relevance and immediacy with the daily needs of respondents. Information question hangs, for example, much needed and therefore Waze is more popular than the Smart Jakarta City. Another thing that was found was that most service users more consume information passively rather than actively contribute to providing information. The findings about the character the user canals need to be dug deeper. Additionally, one of the aspects that can be considered for the development of the Smart Jakarta City is a design based on users, i.e. the citizens of Jakarta. A map user journey (journey of the folder) can provide an overview of the patterns in the citizens wear the service from beginning to end, including information on the quality of services at points of interaction (touchpoints) citizens and canals that are available. These images can reinforce the recommendations provided in this report in particular regarding participation and consciousness of citizens. Challenges regarding the sustainability of this initiative is not limited to utilization of technology in the future. It should be also identified principles for managing information from the public (citizen-generated data) to improve the responsiveness of Government upon such information and data will not only have the function of monitoring but participatory city development mechanism.