As an NES but not a teacher, I believe you are in the realms of what I would personally call "tech-speak", with the use of your bulletted lists.
In such a case, as with newspaper headlines, different priorities rule. You are normally, in such cases, trying to impart the maximum information in the most concise way. In doing so, many of the traditional rules of grammar etc tend to be sacrificed, maybe unfortunately, to meet more immediately pressing needs.
Imagine a reporter sending an urgent message to his newsroom and having it refused as it wasn't grammatically correct.
The same principle applies in the case of the one-page "Executive Summary" for a complex, detailed, technical report (or your CV).
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