Considering the enormity of this crisis, no administration would be able to manage the situation without some confusion or haste.
The victim herself feels otherwise, faulting herself for not being able to convey the enormity of what happened.
From this article I gained a startling understanding of the enormity of what we ask our soldiers to endure.
late 15c., "transgression, crime, irregularity," from Old French énormité "extravagance, enormity, atrocity, heinous sin," from Latin enormitatem (nominative enormitas) "hugeness, vastness, irregularity," from enormis (see enormous). Meaning "extreme wickedness" in English attested from 1560s; sense of "hugeness" (1792) is etymological but probably best avoided to prevent misunderstanding.