Bryce has significant experience in project management for the Federal Government including projects using Prince2, Waterfall, Agile (Scrum and Kanban) and System Engineering Management. Bryce has experience successfully managing multimillion dollar projects and delivering them on schedule. Additionally, Bryce has lead project teams which are located across Australia and globally.
Bryce specializes in Application Development projects, but has led a number of Process Improvement initiatives as well. Bryce’s experience includes the use of Business Rules Engines (in particular, Oracle Policy Automation); CRMs (including SAP and Microsoft Dynamics), Enterprise Business Process Re-Engineering, Government IT Application development, as well as experience in the Insurance and Financial Industries.
Bryce’s expertise includes business rules, business process re-engineering, domain modelling, and data analysis and requirement validation. Bryce has experience in marketing, accounting, trend analysis, risk management, government procurement policy, big data and predictive analytics. Bryce has led teams in both Agile and Waterfall projects and is experienced in delivery results for high pressure projects.
Bryce is an experienced Project Manager who has led a number of high profile government projects to success. Bryce was awarded the Australia Day “Secretary’s Citation for Innovation in Advancing Our Strategic Themes” for his work at the Department of Immigration. His work on the Visa Wizard using Oracle Policy Automation, also for the Department of Immigration, was recognized by winning The FutureGov Government Technology Award in the Business Process category in 2009.
At the Department of Education, Bryce developed the Client Management component for a Grants Management system which services over 9,500 schools across Australia. Bryce also supported the transition of Programs managing over $40 billion worth of funding from legacy systems onto the same system. Additionally, Bryce led the NBN-Enabled Education and Skills Services Program application development, which included the creation of an online application process (complete website), assessment process and project administration, all within five weeks, demonstrating his Agile skills and ability to drive a project to success within a short time frame.
With the Department of Industry, Bryce led the TRADESII Redevelopment Project, ensuring that it was delivered under budget and per the original schedule. Bryce also supported the Skills Connect Division in developing a Data Standard to ensure consistent, accurate reporting across all 20+ Programs, and provide the capability to engage in Open Data initiatives. Additionally, Bryce led the team in creating the first prototype cloud-based application solution within Department, in line with DBCDE and AGIMO whole–of-government directives. Furthermore, Bryce also developed the TRA Pathfinder Wizard using Oracle Policy Automation, which allows applicants to self-assess which skills assessment program was most suitable for their needs.
Bryce is a Board Director of the Internal Institute of Business Analysts – Australian Chapter and a member of the Australian Institute of Management.
Bryce has a Masters of Professional Accounting, a Bachelor of Arts majoring in International Relations, Asian Studies and Commerce.
Bryce recently gained a Business Architect certification process for Pegasystems.