Your company has been awarded a very large software project by a government agency. This project has an early completion incentive, and your company has a policy of paying a bonus to the project manager if such an incentive is awarded. However, this particular government agency has a reputation for being very difficult to work with; there is a great deal of bureaucracy within this agency and stonewalling and hostile behavior toward contractors is very common. The project manager will need to have excellent political skills to successfully lead this project. You have been asked to lead the project because of your expertise with this type of project. However, you have never worked within such a highly charged and political environment. What should you do?
A. Decline the project citing lack of experience.
B. Accept the project but disclose your lack of experience in this type of environment.
C. Accept the project and request that a corporate liaison be assigned to your project.
D. Accept the project.