Here's an idea on how to capture bullet points (accomplishments) for your resume: use existing job advertisements. Its a four step process of which you probably already do 1 and 2.
1) Read the job description.
2) Evaluate each point of the requirements and judge whether you've done it.
3) Identify which bullet points on your Resume/Career Management Document (CMD) address the requirement.
4) If there are no bullets AND you've done the work, add it.
I know to some this seems very obvious. However, as a natural high-S, I'm very resistant to talking about my own accomplishments. So much of what I have done was just because it was required and wasn't "really" an accomplishment. To me, saying "on time, on budget" is pretty much the same as saying "showed up for work". That's a big handicap when it comes to job hunting.
Certainly you don't put down something that you haven't done. But if you've done things and you're not talking about them, recruiters and hiring managers don't know it [i]and you don't get credit for it[/i]. Using this technique can help you identify specific things you've done which aren't on your resume.
Example: Sarbanes-Oxley requirements. For years I've built systems that had to pass SOX auditing requirements. But there wasn't a word about it on my resume because I just assumed it was something that was done, like coming to work on time. Nope, not having it on my resume means nobody knows I've done it. So, I added bullet points to my CMD in certain places to record what I've done. Doing this, I've increased the length of my CMD by 26 lines in the last two months - that is 26 missing accomplishments that weren't there two months ago!
Hope this helps you if you need it.