The professional and scholarly interest in the social impacts of information systems has been rapidly growing over the past decade. This article presents research-in-progress using bibliometric analysis to better understand how information systems scholars are contributing to the UN Sustainable Develop-ment Goals (SDG). The analysis covers 6741 published journal papers identified using the Scopus da-tabase. A descriptive analysis of the corpus allowed us to identify the most influential works and au-thors in the field. Four thematic clusters were identified using co-word analysis, demonstrating that decision science, information systems, and computer science and engineering all contributed to the development of the area. Further analysis in the completed paper of the extant IS literature by individual SDGs should allow for the identification of opportunities for research.