Import Federal Student Loans from https://www.nslds.ed.gov/

Is there a way to import data about all Federal Student Loans directly from the government? The site https://www.nslds.ed.gov allows for an overview of all of the accounts and it just seems better if there was a way to import it just like bank accounts.

The same question also goes for student loans by Chase. Can we just import them if we have credentials? I really dislike manually inputting data (due to it not neccissarily being the best or most up to date data).


Thanks,
John

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You can try Quicken's feedback forum for what it might be worth.  I suggest you search to see if others have already submitted the idea and vote for it, because if they pick something might be based on the votes it gets:
http://getsatisfaction.com/quicken
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