John Repko is vice president & chief information officer of Johnson Controls.
Prior to the merger of Johnson Controls and Tyco in September 2016, Repko served as senior vice president, chief information officer & enterprise transformation leader at Tyco. In that role, he was responsible for all of Tyco’s Information Technology strategy, systems and services and led Tyco’s overall Transformation, Global Shared Services and Process Excellence programs.
Repko also served as executive sponsor of Tyco Cares – the philanthropic and volunteerism arm of Tyco’s Corporate Citizenship program.
Prior to joining Tyco in 2012, he was the senior vice president & CIO of Covance, one of the world’s largest drug development services companies. Previously, he was senior vice president, CIO & eBusiness leader for GE Americom, a global satellite operator and a division of GE Capital. Repko also spent more than 14 years in senior information technology, eBusiness, finance, and Six Sigma leadership roles with GE. Earlier in his career, he was a senior auditor and CPA with Ernst & Young.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Villanova University and an MBA in IT Systems from Drexel University.