During a cost performance review with certain senior officers from the finance department, you discover that there are certain inconsistencies in the way cost performance reporting is done, and you obtain data that shows these officers are deliberately misleading senior management. What should you do?
A. Write an anonymous letter to senior management about these activities.
B. Bring this to the notice of senior management even though there are no formal policies in place for whistle-blowers.
C. Do nothing, but make sure that the data for your project is clean.
D. Do nothing. The corrupt behavior of the finance department officials has nothing to do with your project.