You have just joined a new organization as a project manager. You have heard a number of rumors about the procurement manager having possible underhanded dealings with suppliers. However, you have not been given any proof that these rumors are true. Your project requires a large number of dump trucks. Company policy mandates that all purchases go through the procurement department, rather than being handled by departmental employees. The value of the dump truck purchase is USD $395,000 and the contract was awarded to a supplier regularly used by your company. Shortly after taking delivery of the dump trucks, you learn that the procurement manager is driving a new car. What should you do?
A. Ask the procurement manager about the purchase of her new car
B. Report this to the appropriate management.
C. Talk to the supplier to find out if there was a bribe involved in the project
D. Do nothing.