Graham has twenty years experience in the Information Technology industry with expertise in computer networking.
He holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Business Administration degrees.
His industry experience includes a number of years with Bell Canada; senior marketing and technical positions with Digital Equipment
Corporation. Graham has played a principal role in the analysis and implementation of a number of major information technology projects
for the Queensland Government. Of late Graham has been involved in a comprehensive analysis of MetaGroup's enterprise architecture
and has been a seminal member of a group implementing the methodology to develop a comprehensive ICT plan for a large Queensland Government Department.
Recent projects include:
Graham is a sessional lecturer at Bond University lecturing in ICT Project Management and Information Systems Management.
Graham holds an engineering degree from the University of Toronto and a Master of Business Administration degree from Bond University.
He maintains the Professional Engineering designation (PEng) with the Association of Professional Engineers in the province of Ontario, Canada and he is a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) with the Australian Institute of Management Consultants.
||• identity management roadmap development for two large Australian universities
||• research and planning for the Victorian Department of Infrastructure Smart Freight initiative to provide technology to support the supply chain moving containerised
cargo through the Port of Melbourne
||• development of the identity management and access control for a large mining supply company in Australia.
Graham is the principal author of the book "Identity Management - A Primer" published by MC Press in Dallas, Texas.
Field of Expertise
Identity Management, Access Control, Electronic Commerce, Major project systems integration, Bid management, Mobile Telecommunications,
Business and Data Analysis and Public Key Infrastructure.